Friday, January 16, 2004

gasp, gasp, shock 

The French have something snooty to say about President Bush's mars proposal:
In France, Le Monde cast a weary transatlantic eye over past joint projects such as the International Space Station and concluded Mr Bush's plan marked "a break with the period of international cooperation which has prevailed for the past 30 years".

"The ascendancy of Airbus over Boeing illustrates the kind of battles that are being fought in the corridors of space exploration," it said.
(Link via OxBlog)

MORE: Merde in France has more examples.
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