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The Nobel and President Obama

President Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. One wonders how he could be considered since the final date for nominations was less than two weeks after he took office. In the military culture we recognize and honor noble actions. Here are some thoughts. br /br /Remember, liberals applaud intentions, not accomplishments. The judges for the Nobel Peace Prize are members of the Norwegian Parliament and most of the judges are from the liberal Labour Party. The prize is from liberals applauding Obama’s intentions as stated during the /br /Here is an interesting comment from one of the Nobel Peace Prize committee members:Inger-Marie Ytterhorn, 68, a member of parliament from 1989 to 1993 and a political adviser to the Progress Party. He’s also a member of the prize committee since 2000. He told the AP the prize could be seen as praising Obama’s reversal of Bush administration policies: “I guess you could read it like that.”br /br /So this was a vote saying that the Norwegian Parliament didn’t like President Bush’s policies. Why didn’t they just say so? I do take note that President Bush’s policies precluded any further attacks on the US–and I appreciate /br /a href=”” target=”_blank”

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