CNN: Will Obama Win Another Nobel Prize for Mideast Peace?

I have a public service, ladies and gentlemen. I think I need to warn all of you pundits out there who are calling for the violent overthrow of dictatorial leaders who are ignoring the will of the people, you better make it clear you’re talking about Khadafy, because if you don’t you’re gonna get an unwanted visit from the Secret Service. By the way, did not Obama win the Nobel Peace Prize? He did, but he won it in a way that I don’t think it’s ever been awarded before. He won the Nobel Peace Prize on the come, remember? It was his first year. He hadn’t done anything. He won the Nobel Peace Prize on the basis that peace was gonna break out simply ’cause he was elected and immaculated and serving as The Messiah in the Oval Office. I wonder if these Nobel prize guys are sitting there questioning this, or are they thinking of compounding the error and awarding it again? Given where the Nobel prize committee’s head is, I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s up for it again.

But no, I’m serious about this. He got the Nobel Peace Prize on the come. It was like a down payment. It was an investment in what they were sure was to follow. It was one of the most ridiculous awards — and that’s saying something — it was one of the most ridiculous awards of that prize and something that in the real world would forever discredit that award. I mean you give it to somebody that hasn’t done diddly-squat. In addition, you give it to a guy who got where he is by virtue of anti-peaceful stuff, agitating, organizing, and all of that. So here we’ve got the Nobel Peace Prize winner and the world is on fire.



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