Yes, the red line has been crossed
No way Jose, not our problem
Or are you one more hypocritical person who is eager to have some other person die so that you can feel good about yourself? What vital national interest would drive us to put our military at risk and spend billions of dollars?
Nonsense.The Italians ROCK them in food.
That demonstrates more about your somewhat plebeian tastes than it does about French cheese.Cheese? I'll take 1,000 day Gouda over anything the French bring to the table. Brie tastes just like it smells...a foot.
Pastry? I have never, ever been served Brie in pastry in France. I think that may be an American invention; it sounds ghastly.It's why they have to put pastry all over it.
Mozzarella? Really? If it had any taste I could maybe agree with the versatility comment.And frankly, nothing rivals mozzarella for taste and versatility.
Peugeot's are excellent, well-built cars. Renaults and Citroëns are aimed at the economy end of the market. I'd still rather have one of those than a Chevrolet.Everyone except Russia kicks their buts in cars. I need to own a Peugeot like I need herpes.
Uninformed prejudice rather than any substantive complaint.Wine? Sorry, but our own Nappa valley kicks them in the balls. Italy ain't so bad in that dept, either. And then there are German ice wines. Tasty.
The idea that not everything has to have its worth judged according to capitalist terms? The worth of a nation is not dependent on the size of its economy nor the strength of its military.What else they got?
I believe it's the current fashion in the US to use France as a whipping boy for everything people there hate about Europe, but that **** got tired about the time that the French and Germans were proved right on the lack of Iraqi WMDs.
"The crisis will end when fear changes sides" - Pablo Iglesias Turrión
"Austerity is used as a cover to reconfigure society and increase inequality and injustice." - Jeremy Corbyn
are the Tomahawks in the air yet?
New Hope for the Wretched era