The NY Times' Freakonomics blog mentions England's reluctant search for a national motto and runs a contest for a six-word description of the United States. Pat Patterson recommended it and said that he likes best #9 "Hubris: It's not just for Greeks" and #52 "The hot girl who ignores you." I like #30 "The worst country, besides all others" and #103 "We Reserve the Right to Invade."
What's your favorite motto for the United States, Britain, Germany, France or the European Union? Post in the comments section.
Yes, Fuchur. But we don't want to invoke Godwin's Law by naming him, do we? Apart from the obligigatory close comparison between the Austrian and each US President, of course!
So let's talk about Australians instead. The only one I know of from the 30's was Don Bradman, the famous cricketeer. Who was from Australia, dammitt!