2010-11-07 03:36 (UTC)
Well, this was the
they were talking about, who's more of a figurehead. Basically he's the Queen's representative. Yup, a stand-in for a powerless monarch. (Yes, I know the value of royalty as a symbol and that the Queen still retains absolute veto powers, but still).
Now if the
called, then it'd mean something. Or the Queen herself. Not the Queen's Canadian stand-in.
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