Challenging America to live up to the mission of its founders, to honor the potential of each citizen and to offer equal protection and opportunity to all is apparently enough to get you placed on the 10 Most Wanted List of over-paid well-fed
The people of Niger look well-fed
, as you can see," he said.
I am well-looked after and well-fed
and the staff here are lovely'.
3157 miles, 15 days and ample stops along the way to eat, sleep and patronize franchise establishments--plus a swing in by Aspen for the IFA Summer Board of Directors meeting--they arrived in the Nation's Capital appearing well-fed
, in good spirits and ready to plot their next Franchising Road Tour.
Rather than emulating that example of chivalry toward a defeated foe, LaFollette continued, the public was treated to the obscene spectacle of well-fed
politicians gloating at the prospect of "denying a starving German child something to eat.
It's not a pretty picture: Well-fed
suits engaging in chest-thumping attacks on an expose about poverty while at least some of their constituents are basing their meal plans around soda crackers.
Sometimes, when I've wok en upI've already had my breakfast,'' said a sombre, but well-fed
One neighbour called in the police after seeing the well-fed
bird flying off from his garden pond with a fish in his mouth.
Gossip columns were well-fed
with doubts over the validity of his later marriage to actress Paulette Goddard in China and a lengthy paternity suit in which he was declared the father of actress Joan Barry's child.
The way I see it, it is all very well for well-fed
British citizens to whinge about possible implications of letting genetically modified ingredients into the food chain, but I very much doubt anyone would have the same scruples if they were facing starvation in developing countries.
My husband and I (cruelty-free eaters, both) recently spent an extremely well-fed
week in the city of the croissant, known for its meat and seafood dishes as well as for its rich, double-dairy sauces, desserts, and cassoulets.
While the well-fed
graze their TV dinners, starving children look out at them from the TV screen.