A (non-endorsing) quote from Ron Paul on Obama's farcical Nobel Peace Prize win: “The (NPP) application had to be in on February 1st (2009), and he had only been in office a total of 12 days…”.
Still don't think this stuff is orchestrated?
The Afghanis and Pakistanis would probably have something to say about this prize, but I don't think anyone asked them. Obama has continued similar policies as the Bush administration in these areas. Across-the-border missile strikes attacking Pakistan have continued, and the death toll rises.
From an article in the New York Times:
"With two missile strikes over the past week, the Obama administration has expanded the covert war run by the Central Intelligence Agency inside Pakistan, attacking a militant network seeking to topple the Pakistani government...The strikes are another sign that President Obama is continuing, and in some cases extending, Bush administration policy in using American spy agencies against terrorism suspects in Pakistan, as he had promised to do during his presidential campaign."
One attack on two rural Pakistani villages killed 22 people, only eight of whom were suspected of being involved with the Taliban.
Not to mention Obama's, at the very least, verbal aggression toward Iran, showboating at the G20 in Pittsburgh.
A more in-depth article on Obama's Nobel "Peace" Prize win here...
Meanwhile, I just found out that the Saskatoon StarPhoenix newspaper (the same one that censored me as an intern) is one of the SPONSORS bringing Bush to town for his oh-so-rivetting speech on October 21. Wow. Not even going to bother with that "free and fair" press charade anymore, I guess. Well, it's probably for the best. Let's get it all out there for everyone to see!