If it weren’t for Enlightenment-era France, there would be no America. (
The Marquis de Lafayette = the truest baller.) And if it weren’t for the United States winning the Revolutionary War, there would be no Bastille Day! (Seriously, look it up.) And, in light of the special culinary relationship between France and America, some of the best chefs in the country honored the storming of the Bastille, the birth of the First Republic, and the general coolness of France.
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In response to the violent attacks on U.S. embassies in Libya and Egypt, Palin took to Facebook to
criticize President Obama's handling of Muslim extremists. She opted to use terms made popular by President Teddy Roosevelt, which have since become the butt of many phallic jokes: "We already know that President Obama likes to 'speak softly' to our enemies. If he doesn’t have a 'big stick' to carry, maybe it's time for him to grow one."
Two years ago, Palin
criticized of Obama's handling of illegal immigration by insinuating that the female governor of Arizona -- who takes a hardline stance against illegal immigration -- has more testicular fortitude than the president: "[Arizona Governor] Jan Brewer has the cojones that our President does not have. If our own president will not enforce a federal law, more power to Jan Brewer."
Anthony Weiner resigned in shame because of lude photos he sent to various social networking followers, Palin took the opportunity to get onboard the proverbial Weiner joke mobile and said of the hoopla: "From henceforth after his personal indiscretions were disclosed, he was going to be rendered impotent basically in Congress and he wasn’t going to be effective."
On reporters she deemed irresponsible for relying on unnamed sources, Palin
said in 2010: "Those who are impotent and limp and gutless and they go on their anonymous -- sources that are anonymous -- and impotent, limp and gutless reporters take anonymous sources and cite them as being factual references."