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A king instead of a president in US?

I think we should have a king instead of a president, Now you have policitians that do things to keep there jobs, instead of whats right. A king would stop senior cit from driving longer than they should, a king would kick out the Illegal aliens and give the work to the poor and unemployed. A king wouldnt let big oil tell him what to do. A king would not be scared off by congress or by anti-whatever groups. Its time someone does whats right instead of whats right to keep my job. What do u think?

Asked By: Primony - 6/13/2008
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I've been thinking this for years. Get rid of all the bureaucracy!!
Answered By: stan t - 6/13/2008
Additional Answers (24)
The monarchy system will never work in the US.
Answered By: Keelo Lulu - 6/13/2008
 
Unconstitutional. Do you have an amendment in mind?
Answered By: Mark D - 6/13/2008
 
No.
Answered By: DAR - 6/13/2008
 
This king you're talking about would have too much power. And how do you know that they would want to do all this?
Answered By: guitarace372 - 6/13/2008
 
*hides the Constitution* Why do you live in America?
Answered By: toms1266 - 6/13/2008
 
i agree with the guy above me
Answered By: flatpack - 6/13/2008
 
We had a king his name was George Bush the 2nd.
Answered By: Howard P - 6/13/2008
 
You cant compare a king to a president, it all depends on who's appointed to look after all of us. Saudia arabia has a king everyone there is far from sane and happy.
Answered By: Kat - 6/13/2008
 
Uh did you just come to us from the 1700s? We had a king before- sure he was overseas but technically we had a king- if you forgot he was a tyrant- hence the revolutionary war...
Answered By: Rabbyt - 6/13/2008
 
i would stay with a president cause a king has all power and can do crazy things like tortures or some shit a president has limited power its not about president or king its about WHO IS president or king
Answered By: samme b - 6/13/2008
 
England has a Queen and they have tons of illegals, the Queen bows to Parliament. Try another example....this one was too easy to debunk.
Answered By: nature lover - 6/13/2008
 
Uh...ok...why did the US fight the American Revolution again? I can see Dubya Bush going to Queen Elizabeth now....'Our bad....we wanna....join the English and get a King. I'll be King so noone can ever take my job. Yup. We'll be in Iraq for another Eleventeen years'
Answered By: Stupid Flanders - 6/13/2008
 
yeah i do believe the constitution of america has an article that does not allow a monarchy in the united states. so this idea or dream of yours would have to be put as an admendment in our DEMOCRATIC constitution.
Answered By: bballer - 6/13/2008
 
Power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely. It would only be a matter of time when the king would turn into a tyrant.
Answered By: Martini61 - 6/13/2008
 
Take for example the Queen of England, what power does she have? Zero. She is just a symbolic figure with a fat pay cheque, similar to our president.
Answered By: William V - 6/13/2008
 
One of the points our country's founders made was that when an individual can take a country to war, it's a tyranny. We've had that and a lot more; having a king wouldn't improve the situation, it would (if possible) make it worse.
Answered By: N. Cognito - 6/13/2008
 
George Bush is generally known in the UK as a King / President so the change would seem to be superfluous.
Answered By: Al Sepert - 6/13/2008
 
King=Dictator. I bet you'd feel pretty stupid if we had another Hitler on our hands. Oh wait... we do. But he's almost out of office.
Answered By: skitt1234 - 6/13/2008
 
Constitutional monarchies have worked for countries like Britain and Japan (mostly).
Answered By: Deuce - 6/13/2008
 
It was the heavy-handedness of the English monarchy that caused the American revolution in the first place. If a ruler is all-powerful, there's no guarantee that he or she would be benevolent to the subjects. After all, it's good to be the king... More
Answered By: Gerry R - 6/13/2008
 
There are several reasons this wouldn't work. I can think of a few... More
Answered By: hegstage - 6/13/2008
 
Why not? And if things go wrong, no need to wait 4 years to get rid of him: we just behead him. Bring on the guillotine!
Answered By: dyl - 6/13/2008
 
Think about what?
Answered By: rustonboomer - 6/13/2008
 
YES THAT WOULD WORK....if you believe in the tooth fairy and Loch Ness Monster i guess... More
Answered By: mattimusprime7 - 6/13/2008
 
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