Only kings, presidents, editors, and people with tapeworms have the right to use the editorial "we".
This is the traditional Royal Canterlot Voice! It is tradition to speak using the royal "we", and to use '''THIS MUCH VOLUME WHEN ADDRESSING OUR SUBJECTS!!!
We dropped off the damn money... the Royal "we", you know...
— The Dude, The Big Lebowski
The Imperial We, that snooty nose in the air way We emperors affect, is not just a high falutin’ way of speaking. The Imperial We denotes that, as Emperor, We speak for and are responsible for the lives of all the people of the Empire. When this person, Roger MacClintock, says ‘We’, We’re speaking for all of Us. Not just Our close advisors, We Few who turned this tide. Not, assuredly, the power players of the capital. When We say ‘We’ We’re talking about the Empire, Core Systems and Border Planets and all the people that live and love and laugh and breathe and hope for a better tomorrow. Let’s face facts: We got Us some problems.
— Roger MacClintock, Prince Roger