Monday, November 7, 2005
Here's a rather interesting piece from The New York Sun.
"Back in the 1990s, the French sneered at America for the Los Angeles riots. As the Chicago Sun-Times reported in 1992: 'the consensus of French pundits is that something on the scale of the Los Angeles riots could not happen here, mainly because France is a more humane, less racist place with a much stronger commitment to social welfare programs.' President Mitterrand, the Washington Post reported in 1992, blamed the riots on the 'conservative society' that Presidents Reagan and Bush had created and said France is different because it 'is the country where the level of social protection is the highest in the world'
Boy, when the French are wrong, they're WRONG.


~SugarBear~ said...

Well, if you're going to do something, you might as well go all the way.