Quote by Aaron Sanchez
Latin food suffers like Chinese. You can do marginal Chinese and be successful. You can do crappy Mexican and be packed.
This quote suggests that the quality of Latin food, similar to Chinese food, does not necessarily guarantee its success. It highlights an observation that even mediocre Chinese food establishments can still thrive, while Mexican restaurants that offer subpar dishes can still attract large crowds. The quote implies that the popularity of these cuisines may be influenced by factors other than their authenticity or quality, such as cultural appeal, marketing, or familiarity to the local community. It indicates that the success of Latin and Chinese food is not solely dependent on their culinary excellence.
I defy my honored opponents to give me the name of a single man imprisoned in the United States, Great Britain, or West Germany for being an atheist. But in former communist countries, millions of our Christian brothers and sisters in faith have passed through jails or been killed. Who has fought for freedom and obtained it -- atheists or Christians?