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Restaurant Casa Noblesse

Categorii: Restaurante internationale, Cafenele
Adresa: Strada Paris 47 A, Bucuresti, Victoriei, Dorobanti, Sector 1
Telefon: 021 230 54 06 021 230 54 28 0721 855 333
Fax: 021 230 54 09
Web: http://www.noblesse.ro/default.php?p=home

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Situat in cea mai selecta zona a Bucurestiului, restaurantul Noblesse va intampina intr-o cladire de secol XIX cu aer de mic palat, care duce cu gandul la baluri si serate stralucitoare.

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  • Flavio / Joi, 2 Iulie 2015, ora 04:04

    Essex -- Conservatives are populists besacue they endorse populist measures aimed at securing the economic and social well-being of the average, middle class family.To wit: affordable housing, public safety, anti-crime, anti-affirmative action (which hits white middle class people hard), pro-military spending and action (which benefits defense workers, skilled blue collar workers, and protects "the little people").Reagan's defense spending single-handedly kept the middle class afloat in California for years beyond what it would have been with illegals competing for housing and driving up crime.Elitists love high crime besacue they can afford body guards, the crime puts a cap on upward mobility which threatens elites. Affirmative Action acts as a blocking mechanism to talented but middle class whites who wish to attend the top schools, as school rankings determine hiring and job opportunities.Jon Stewart asked fellow elitist Bill Kristol on the Daily Show why conservatives cared about 9/11 since his (Upper West Side or yuppie elite) audience didn't. Kristol couldn't answer of course but I can.The people who died on 9/11 were almost without exception not elities. The WTC was filled with "little people" or as Elitist Lefty Ward Churchill put it, "little Eichmans." They were the unglamorous back office people, the accountants, minor lawyers, clerical staff doing the boring drudge work that kept Wall Street going. And like the blue collar fireman and police officers and Port Authority people who also died there, they couldn't afford to live in the super-rich elite playground of Manhattan. But were part of the derisively named "bridge and tunnel" crowd who came in from New Jersey and Long Island and Queens.So yeah, National Defense and the desire to express American Patriotism and nationalism by hitting back hard at our enemies is a populist move opposed by transnational elites.These are all pretty much mainstream, Conservative positions.Anon 1:29 -- Ron Paul is a lunatic fringer, with zilch appeal to Conservatives. He suggests we "deserved" 9/11 which Conservatives reject, he's part of the lunatic anti-Semitic or certainly anti-Israeli paleo Pat Buchanon Isolationist loony right. Like Buchanon he's probably more at home with the Daily Kos crowd than anyone else.Conservatives like Rudy (except his wishy-washy stance on Amnesty which could kill him) besacue he comes across as a tough, anti-Bush populist who told that Saudi prince to stuff it after 9/11. They're willing to overlook his stance on abortion and guns and gay marriage for his nationalist-populism.Conservatives see America kicked around by Jihadis, Muslim grievance groups, Lefties, and PC-namby pamby Bushies and don't like it, want someone to kick ass back. Don't think for a second that isn't a powerful strain in American politics.

    Essex -- Conservatives are populists besacue they endorse populist measures aimed at securing the economic and social well-being of the average, middle class family.To wit: affordable housing, public safety, anti-crime, anti-affirmative action (which hits white middle class people hard), pro-military spending and action (which benefits defense workers, skilled blue collar workers, and protects "the little people").Reagan's defense spending single-handedly kept the middle class afloat in California for years beyond what it would have been with illegals competing for housing and driving up crime.Elitists love high crime besacue they can afford body guards, the crime puts a cap on upward mobility which threatens elites. Affirmative Action acts as a blocking mechanism to talented but middle class whites who wish to attend the top schools, as school rankings determine hiring and job opportunities.Jon Stewart asked fellow elitist Bill Kristol on the Daily Show why conservatives cared about 9/11 since his (Upper West Side or yuppie elite) audience didn't. Kristol couldn't answer of course but I can.The people who died on 9/11 were almost without exception not elities. The WTC was filled with "little people" or as Elitist Lefty Ward Churchill put it, "little Eichmans." They were the unglamorous back office people, the accountants, minor lawyers, clerical staff doing the boring drudge work that kept Wall Street going. And like the blue collar fireman and police officers and Port Authority people who also died there, they couldn't afford to live in the super-rich elite playground of Manhattan. But were part of the derisively named "bridge and tunnel" crowd who came in from New Jersey and Long Island and Queens.So yeah, National Defense and the desire to express American Patriotism and nationalism by hitting back hard at our enemies is a populist move opposed by transnational elites.These are all pretty much mainstream, Conservative positions.Anon 1:29 -- Ron Paul is a lunatic fringer, with zilch appeal to Conservatives. He suggests we "deserved" 9/11 which Conservatives reject, he's part of the lunatic anti-Semitic or certainly anti-Israeli paleo Pat Buchanon Isolationist loony right. Like Buchanon he's probably more at home with the Daily Kos crowd than anyone else.Conservatives like Rudy (except his wishy-washy stance on Amnesty which could kill him) besacue he comes across as a tough, anti-Bush populist who told that Saudi prince to stuff it after 9/11. They're willing to overlook his stance on abortion and guns and gay marriage for his nationalist-populism.Conservatives see America kicked around by Jihadis, Muslim grievance groups, Lefties, and PC-namby pamby Bushies and don't like it, want someone to kick ass back. Don't think for a second that isn't a powerful strain in American politics.

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