Food For Thought: Same Cuisine, Different Menus

August 21, 2006

Think about this: One of the principal differences between the US and other free nations is seen in what drives the morality of a nation.

The US and France are both democracies, with populations that enjoy virtually all the same freedoms. That said, those countries are very different .

Why? Because American values are predicated on values that elevate and enshrine freedom, at home and around the world. French values are based on whatever is politically expedient at the time. A look at the history of the last 100 years confirms that.

Same cuisine, very different menus.

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5 Responses to “Food For Thought: Same Cuisine, Different Menus”

  1. mango Says:

    Stock up on tuna fish and Orangina… the world is supposedly coming to an end tomorrow.

    At least, that’s what I keep hearing about the holy day of reckoning.

  2. SC&A Says:

    Tuna and Orangina.

    That’s almost as depressing as the world coming to an end.

    Im getting donuts.

  3. Fausta Says:

    Orangina?
    Single malt for me!

  4. mango Says:

    Twinkies will last longer than donuts.

    Twinkies and scotch it is.

  5. SC&A Says:

    Clearly, that is the smartest thing you have said in a long time.


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