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RE: Waivers for Crown
Poster: "Mohajerin, Leila" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Not to insult on imply anything, but our kings are not chosen for their
leadership or judgment qualities! That is why the laws limiting their
power exist. As well as trying to establish a little consistency and
Thoughts of my own, Sveva la Lucciola,
in response to selected clips from:
> From: Michael Ruttle[SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 03, 1998 4:21 PM
> To: Beth Morris; Atlantia Mail List
> Subject: Re: Waivers for Crown
> But could not the King publicly state that because a given fighter has
> eyes he's not permitted and still meet the letter of THAT law. It says
> must "state cause"...not a GOOD cause. Outside of seeming capricious,
> I see
> no obligation of the Crown to publicly make a good case.
> I just feel that guidelines should not be made law. In fact, it's an
> example of a good "cause" required under Section 220.127.116.11.1.
> I'm for giving the Monarch as much power by
> default as possible trusting in him/her to make appropriate decisions.
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