Obama's Nobel Prize NOTHING More than a Conciliation Prize for Losing the Olympics!!!

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  1. righteousdude2

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    That's right my brothers and sisters of this most illustrative board, it makes perfect sense that our European brothers and sisters make amends to Obaha through the awarding of this "Peace Prize" for World Peace.

    I'm sure that all of them felt tremendous quilt when they voted to deny Ali Baba's home town of Chicago the Olympics, especially with Obama's wife and the infamous Ms. Winfrey in tow. This award makes perfect sense to me.

    After all, the IOAC denied his quest to bring the Olympics to Chicago; and feeling an ever increasing amount of guilt over their decision, they must have called their counterparts over at the IOAC, and without appearing to beg, most of them fell prostrate on the Muslim rugs spread through out the convention center and began to pray in different languages, crying out their flight back to the USofA would be extremely depressing knowing Odababa lost the IOAC bid, and quite frankly none of them anted to go back on Air Force One, so the decision was made to cheer up Obamamama; and the first "Conciliatory Nobel Prize was born.

    Now I'm sure their are many Americans that resent how Obama-haha getting this award, but if it comforts Obaha, it's better than having that long jet ride back home with a pouting POTUS.

    My, oh, my, I feel a hundred percent better just writing this, so like they sang on Broadways' Annie; "The SUN Will Come Up in the morning.

    So let me hear it my Baptist Board brothers and sisters: "Everybody clap their hands." Barrack is coming back from Europe with the second best prize available: "The Nobel Prise for Peace?"

    It doesn't matter if he got the prise because of something he may have done...the fact is our Junior President from Chi-town has accomplished something no other POTUS ever accomplished after 11 days in office.

    In closing, let's all sing a round, or two, of "Barrack Hussein Obama, he's our man...if he can't do it, NO ONE can!!!" Don't forget, this was his rallying call throughout the elections. Everywhere I went His faithful puppets could be heard screaming, "Yes we can!"

    After nearly a year, I have to admit that I still didn't get just what those folks meant when they'd zealously clap and shout "Oh, Yes We Can!" But his win over John McCain and his first year in office has shown many of us who didn't vote for, that "yes he could." He could surprise us all and get an honorary Doctorate from Notre Dame, and now the Nobel Prize. He must be a whole lot better than many in this nation want to give him credit for. So, in the next week, I'm asking all of you to forward to our POTUS those useless credit aplications we receive in the mail by the tons...

    Thank you, and kudos to the Swiss for making our Junior POTUS the Nobel Prize winner. Sure we don't understand the hows, but it's your award, and our man Obama-haha is proudly displaying everywhere he goes.

    Enough, just wanted to tell Barrak how nearly proud of him we are.

    Shalom :type:

    Pastor Paul
    CEO of Remove the Haze Ministries
    and Author of Prodigal Daze and
    Thorn Daze
     
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  2. abcgrad94

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    Interesting thought, RD, but Obama was nominated after a few days in office, long before he lost his bid for holding the olympics in Chicago.

    I think he was given the Nobel Peace Prize because (a) he's the first black US president and (b) he "hopes" to achieve great things.
     
  3. LeBuick

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    I agree with you. I think the committee is just endorsing and putting their weight behind his vision of peace. This is not the first such award.
     

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