Scott Hardie | March 11, 2003
Hey, let's pick on people who call them "freedom fries" and "freedom toast" now because France is against us on Iraq. The restaurant Cubbie's in North Carolina made headlines for it, then other restaurants followed suit, and I read today that the House of Representatives is officially in on the act. Picking on France seems to be our second national pastime - it's only a matter of time until someone drags out that old Jerry Lewis myth on this - but "freedom fries" seems especially silly. Freedom from what? A cool-headed preference for peace?

Anna Gregoline | March 12, 2003
French Fries aren't even from France anyway, so I'm sure the French don't really care about this.America is turning more into a grade school playground every day.

Jackie Mason | March 12, 2003
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Scott Hardie | March 13, 2003
I was notified that it's "liberty toast," not "freedom toast." Oops. Such an important distinction. I saw video footage of an eager American crowd cheering as they poured bottles of French wine down into the sewer drain, and I thought, oh man, I hope that mob finds French Stewart.

Anna Gregoline | March 14, 2003
What is this world coming to? Nothing enrages me quite like the wastage of perfectly good alcohol.

Angela Lathem-Ballard | March 14, 2003
now I know another reason why my European friends call Americans "yanks"Anna, can't you just picture Georgey Porgey in lil' gym shorts perched delicately atop the cement rocket ship in an elementary school playground, jeering "nanny nanny boo boo stick your head in doo doo?" Yep, that's who *I* want leading our nation to its demise...

Scott Hardie | March 15, 2003
George the schoolyard bully I somewhat see, but George the drunken frat leader I see more prominently. Instead of a real war between opposing nations, this could be a prank war between competing fraternities. He even calls his defense secretary "Rummy," like that's not a frat nickname.

Scott Hardie | April 23, 2003
In today's news, the Bush Administration is considering punishing France for its stance before the invasion of Iraq. Again I ask: Why does this administration think the world fucking hates us?

Jackie Mason | April 23, 2003
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Anna Gregoline | April 24, 2003
And we treat them any better?

Jackie Mason | April 25, 2003
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