Nobel Peace 2013

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Next month I will “recommend” to the Nobel Committee in Oslo the following “outstanding” world citizens for the “2013 Nobel Peace” prize:

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Bradley Chelsea Manning who never had intentions to hurt anyone and  only wanted to help people when he discloses classified information which he solely did out of a love for his country and his sense of duty to Americans.

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Edward Snowden for his heroic effort at great personal cost to reveal NSA’s lawless global spying programs and the existence and extent of the surveillance the US government worldwide devoted to electronic interception.

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Vladimir V. Putin for his most deft diplomatic maneuver of all time saving America from near-certain war disaster in Syria and keep America a peaceful and exceptional nation.

I will also “lobby” that Barack Hussein Obama should “return” the Nobel Peace prize given to him in 2009 since he hasn’t “contribute” anything to “peace” in the last four years.

“Somebody else made that happen!”

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I personally feel it is “morally” the right thing to do.

I had “phenomenally” high hopes that our President would be a “torch” bearer for the true “message” of Peace.

Instead he has continued the “war” in Afghanistan, ordered “drone strikes” killing thousand across national borders and “tried” to start another war with “Syria,” engaging our military in “unwanted” conflict, and doing so “without” the support of the UN or the American people.

All he did in the last four years was bringing “death, destruction and devastation” to vast areas of the world, making us less “safe” and creating “more” enemies.

“One must walk the walk of peace, not just talk the talk of peace in order to earn the Nobel Peace Prize.”

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Nobel Committee Asks Obama “Nicely” To Return Peace Prize

Students at the University of Southern California believe President Obama still “deserves” his Nobel Peace Prize, despite his stated preference for “war with Syria.”

How did they “defend” this view? They couldn’t.

In a video interview with Katherine Timpf of Campus Reform, USC students expressed “confidence” that Obama was still “worthy” of the Nobel Peace Prize he was “awarded” just a few months after taking office in 2009.

“I’m a huge Obama fan and yes, I think he does,” said one female student.

But when asked what Obama had done to promote “peace”, she confessed she “couldn’t think” of any examples.

Another student said she “supported” everything that he was doing. “His very existence was creating peace,” she said.

“I just feel like in general being a good guy, it’s just creating a lot more peace and like, mellow,” she said. “The fact that he is for the people creates peace in and of itself” adding “I love Obama, and I love everything he is doing. I just feel like everyone is so hard on him and it’s only his second year.”

When asked how she could support Obama’s Syrian policies but oppose Bush’s Iraq policies, she justified the contradiction by stating, “Bush, I just didn’t like him.”

A male student said Obama’s “foreign policy” was particularly “praiseworthy”.

But when asked why, he gave a vague response. “I feel like he has strengthened diplomatic ties in countries,” he said. “Mostly good-natured intentions.”

Other students explained that some of his initiatives “such as his economic policies and ObamaCare” made Americans “happy and so led to world peace.”

No wonder “liberal” America is so “unexceptional” and “screwed” up.

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