Should the Obama's have been invited to the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton?
Politics, protocol and racial silliness aside, do you think the Obama's should have been invited to the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton? Why or why not?
No. William is not king and therefore this is not a state wedding. So much for the official protocol. The Obamas have not behaved with any sense of grace toward Britain and should not be surprised to find they are not on the list of invited guests. If someone made a comment about my deceased mother the way Michelle Obama did about Princess Diana, they sure wouldn't get an invitation to my wedding either. As for politics, I believe the official reason is that it would be too expensive to supply all the security required. Race has nothing to do with it. It's about rudeness - on the Obamas part.
by s.carver 7 years ago
Do you plan to watch the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton?Are people genuinely interested and excited by the prospect of a royal wedding? Or is it just the media, trying to hype it so the public gets interested and they sell papers?
by Mel Jay 7 years ago
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by theirishobserver. 7 years ago
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by Lord Sergell of House Stark 7 years ago
Is is true that Prince William and Kate Middleton are divorced?
by Audrey Hunt 4 years ago
Just wondering how many others on hubpages have been ask to submit articles for Linked. I just don't have the time. They don't pay, however they promote your articles on other social networks.
by katiem2 7 years ago
I was just wondering how many people are interested in the 500 invites sent out to sample the new adds available for a test run and who has been invited.Who are one of the select few? Care to reveal?
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