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.