Reaching in to the Slice mailbag, we've got a quick missive from FoS Fred S., who often has a fun perspective on things ...
In today's syndicated column, Jonah Goldberg, author of Liberal Fascism, says the Republican party should use the Domino's strategy to regain power—admit that they made a mistake, and promise to do better. Along the way he writes:
As a conservative who cares more about policies than partisan success, I would hate to see the GOP abandon conservative policies in order to be more popular. That would be like Domino's listening to critics and then deciding to get into the Chinese-food business. Indeed, by my lights, that's what George W. Bush tried to do with his "compassionate conservatism." He surrendered to liberal arguments about the role, size, and scope of government on too many fronts. In effect, he said you can have your pizza and Kung Pao chicken all in the same dish. That's not a good meal, it's a bad mess.
According to Google, there is such a thing as kung pao pizza; some California Pizza Kitchen outlets that actually are in California seem to offer it: http://www.yelp.com/biz/california-pizza-kitchen-sacramento
Girl Slice may know something about this; judging from what you've posted, she has adventurous taste in pizza.
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