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Having just praised the Egyptian revolution and firing blanks at the turmoil in Libya, Iran, Iraq, Jordan and Bahrain, it’s easy to understand why so many fail to remember the sole reason Barack Hussein Obama was awarded the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize: “For his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples.

Barack Hussein Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize: HERE

Obama praises Egyptian revolution: HERE

We go ‘Egypt’ on Obama – that’s how democracy works: HERE

Democrat Official credits Obama with Mubarak resignation: HERE

Obama honors Nobel winner with a statement about himself: HERE

Nobel winner, Obama, misquotes another Nobel winner, Martin Luther King, Jr.: HERE

Obama, bad egg: HERE

h/t: Erik

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3 Responses to Obama The Nobel Peace Prize Winner: How Do You Like Me Now?

  1. Truther says:

    What a sad, sad excuse for an illegally elected President. How does one win the Nobel Peace Prize just days after he sends 37K new troops into Afghanistan to further our illegal occupation of their sovereign soil.

    Ron Paul is the only way we’ll see any light at the end of the tunnel… and if he is not elected, we may as well burn the Constitution because we are going to experience to worst police-state in the free world! Give your life and soul to the one and only true God -- Jesus Christ -- because we’ll all be meeting our maker before the next election in 2016!

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