The Infanticide President awarded the Nobel Peace Prize

UPDATE, 10:07a: theblogprof has a great post outlining Obama's pro-abortion/infanticide "accomplishments," closing with, "The Nobel Peace Prize is a mockery." [HT: Suzie A.]

And the instant analysis of the award is a collective scratching of heads, even at CNN, which interrogated 1 of the committee members:

Glenn Reynolds at Instapundit has a bunch of incredulous snips. It appears at the moment the Prize is backfiring on the Nobel committee and drawing scathing analysis of Obama's "accomplishments"...

OBAMA WINS NOBEL PEACE PRIZE? "For what?"

UPDATE: What do Barack Obama and Yassir Arafat have in common?

Plus, Mickey Kaus: Turn It Down. "Say he's honored but he hasn't had the time yet to accomplish what he wants to accomplish."

ANOTHER UPDATE: Doug Mataconis on Facebook: "Teddy Roosevelt wins Peace Prize for stopping a war. Carter wins Peace Prize for a lifetime of work. Obama wins Peace prize for breathing."

I say, not bad for a guy who's been acting like Bambi caught in the headlights of history.

STILL MORE: London Times: Absurd decision on Obama makes a mockery of the Nobel peace prize. Oh, it was already a mockery....

MORE STILL. Various reader comments:

"It's a peace prize, not a peace peace prize."

"How do you say 'jumped the shark' in Norwegian?"

"Today the Nobel Committee announced a posthumous Peace Prize for Neville Chamberlain."

"Why not the Cy Young Award, too?"

"Let's be fair . . . he did pull off the Beer Summit."

HuffPo: Whatever Happened to Awarding For Deeds Actually Done?


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When I spoke at Grand Traverse Area's RTL banquet 11 days ago, MI RTL's Brian Cusack made the point during his appeal that there is a great disconnect between believing what 53% of Americans responded to a December 2005 Zogby poll, that "abortion destroys a human life and is manslaughter," and putting it into practice.

I've really been thinking about that the past several days and even made "the great disconnect" the focus of my speech last night at the PASS Pregnancy Care banquet.

I don't know what the Nobel Peace Prize committee was thinking when they chose Barack Obama. He had only been in office 12 days when nominations closed. And as this SNL skit pointed out only last week, Obama has done "jack and squat" ever since.

Actually, we do know what they were thinking drinking, "hope and change" flavored kool-aid. According to Breitbart this morning:

"Only very rarely has a person to the same extent as Obama captured the world's attention and given its people hope for a better future," the committee said.

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"His diplomacy is founded in the concept that those who are to lead the world must do so on the basis of values and attitudes that are shared by the majority of the world's population."

The committee said it attached special importance to Obama's vision of, and work for, a world without nuclear weapons.

"Obama has as president created a new climate in international politics. Multilateral diplomacy has regained a central position, with emphasis on the role that the United Nations and other international institutions can play," the committee said.

The "great disconnect," of course, is here we have a man who is not only trying to expand the slaughter of preborn children in America but also around the world. Of course, Obama also supports infanticide if it would otherwise interfere with legalized abortion.

Coincidentally, as part of his "great disconnect" pitch Brian spotlighted a Nobel Peace Prize loser, Irena Sendler, who lost in 2007 to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and former former VP Al Gore "for their efforts to build up and disseminate greater knowledge about man-made climate change, and to lay the foundations for the measures that are needed to counteract such change.".

Here we saw another example of the Nobel Peace Prize committee's "great disconnect."

According to Sender's May 13, 2008, Los Angeles Times obituary:

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Irena Sendler, a Polish Catholic social worker whose ingenuity and daring saved 2,500 Jewish children from extermination in the Holocaust, a feat that went largely unrecognized for 60 years, died yesterday in Warsaw. She was 98....

Ms. Sendler has been called the female Oskar Schindler, but she saved twice as many lives as the German industrialist who sheltered 1,200 of his Jewish workers. But unlike Schindler, whose story received international attention in the 1993 movie Schindler's List, Ms. Sendler and her heroic actions were almost lost to history until 4 KS schoolgirls wrote a play about her 9 years ago....

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She studied at Warsaw University and was a social worker when the German occupation of Poland began in 1939. In 1940, after the Nazis herded Jews into the ghetto and built a wall separating it from the rest of Warsaw, disease, especially typhoid, ran rampant. Social workers were not allowed inside the ghetto, but Ms. Sendler, imagining "the horror of life behind the walls," obtained fake identification and passed herself off as a sanitary worker, allowed to bring in food, clothes, and medicine.

By 1942, when the deadly intentions of the Nazis became clear, Ms. Sendler joined a Polish underground organization, Zegota, recruited 10 of her closest friends - a group that would eventually grow to 25, all but one of them women - and began rescuing Jewish children.

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They smuggled the children out in boxes, suitcases, sacks, and coffins, sedating babies to prevent their cries. Some were spirited away through a network of basements and secret passages. Operations were timed to the second. One of Sendler's children told of waiting by a gate in darkness as a German soldier patrolled nearby. When the soldier passed, the boy counted to 30, then made a mad dash to the middle of the street, where a manhole cover opened and he was taken down into the sewers and eventually to safety.

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Most of the children who left with Ms. Sendler's group were taken into Catholic convents, orphanages, and homes and given non-Jewish aliases. In the hope that she could reunite them with their families later, Ms. Sendler recorded their true names on thin rolls of paper. She preserved the precious scraps in jars and buried them in a friend's garden.

She was captured by the Nazis in 1943 and tortured but refused to tell her captors who her co-conspirators were or where the bottles were buried. She also resisted in other ways.... [W]hen Sendler worked in the prison laundry, she and her co-workers made holes in the German soldiers' underwear. When the officers discovered what they had done, they lined up all the women and shot every other one. It was just one of many close calls for Sendler.

During one particularly brutal torture session, her captors broke her feet and legs and she passed out. When she awoke, a Gestapo officer told her he had accepted a bribe from her comrades in the resistance to help her escape. With her name on a list of executed prisoners, Ms. Sendler went into hiding but continued her rescue efforts....

When the war ended, Ms. Sendler unearthed the jars and began trying to return the children to their families. For the vast majority, there was no family left. Many of the children were adopted by Polish families, and others were sent to Israel....

Awarding the Nobel Peace Prize to Barack Obama is just one more reminder the world is a very messed up place.


Comments:

Unbelievable. That this brave, wonderful, caring woman was passed over, and the 'prize' that should have been hers was given to Obama???? A Nobel'Peace' prize to someone who doesn't promote peace, but DEATH? They might as well have given it to Ahmedinijad! What a 'kick in the teeth' to Irena Sendler! The Nobel Peace Prize committee should be forced to RESIGN (If that's even possible) over this.

Posted by: Pamela at October 9, 2009 9:53 AM


It is also a reminder that God sees things very differently from men.
Sadly, the Nobel Prize is now worthless, as it has been awarded to a man who is staunchly proabortion and who exemplified values directly in opposition to those of this prize. :(
Mother Theresa stated that abortion is the greatest destroyer of peace in the world today it is directly opposed to peace - it breeds discontent and evil between mothers and babies, mothers and their God-given fertility, men and women and within society itself.


The worst thing of all is to consider what could have been:
The first black president of the United States who might have valued all life and who worked towards making the world a better place -who won because he was a good honest man, instead of a manipulating liar. What a tragedy for the United States, the Nobel Prize, and most of all for Barack Obama who must know in his heart he doesn't deserve this prize.

Posted by: angel at October 9, 2009 10:07 AM


The Obama apologists are ALREADY making excuses for why it was awarded to a guy who doesn't deserve it. They aren't even going to try and pretend he deserves it.


From an AP article http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5j1_QF_M_HvZAOpRa9UGcm5CbA-1gD9B7HDR80

" Myth: The prize is awarded to recognize efforts for peace, human rights and democracy only after they have proven successful.

More often, the prize is awarded to encourage those who receive it to see the effort through, sometimes at critical moments."

A prize which is awarded to ENCOURAGE someone. Get it? Seriously, if that is the purpose of the Nobel Peace Prize, what a worthless piece of garbage it is. I give my 2 year old stickers for encouragement, sometimes at the critical moment when she is potty training, yet it isn't news that is shout from the rooftops across the world.

This isn't even like receiving grant money for a big project; the Nobel-Peace Prize is an AWARD, which implies accomplishment, not "encouragement."

Whatever.

Posted by: Bobby Bambino Author Profile Page at October 9, 2009 10:11 AM


Obama won the what????

BWA HA! HA! HA! HA! HA! HA!!


No, wait.

This means that Cecile Richards wins next year, right?

*cackles*

Next stop: Mt Rushmore.

Posted by: carder at October 9, 2009 10:13 AM


I have a good friend who won the Nobel prize for physics (no small accomplishment).
A good Catholic, he must be rolling in his grave.

Posted by: angel at October 9, 2009 10:19 AM


maybe you guys should stop even trying to understand the world you live in. We have a wonderful president who got a nice award for encouraging diplomacy and improving relations between countries. True he was nominated after two weeks in office, but the decision was made much later.

Not sure about Mt. Rushmore, but I'd like to see him on the $20 bill some day.

Posted by: Hal at October 9, 2009 10:19 AM


The $20 bill is already occupied by a PRESIDENT. Andrew Jackson I believe?

Remember this abortion supporters: Peace begins in the WOMB

Posted by: LizFromNebraska at October 9, 2009 10:23 AM


A Peace Prize for the strongest supporter of the worst violence in human history?

Incomprehensible.

Posted by: Joe at October 9, 2009 10:23 AM


Liz, I hope I live long enough to see President Jackson replaced on the 20.

Posted by: Hal at October 9, 2009 10:27 AM


This is nice:

President Shimon Peres of Israel, sent a letter to President Obama on Friday morning, saying: “Very few leaders if at all were able to change the mood of the entire world in such a short while with such a profound impact. You provided the entire humanity with fresh hope, with intellectual determination, and a feeling that there is a lord in heaven and believers on earth.”

Mr. Peres, who won the peace prize with Yitzhak Rabin and Yasir Arafat in 1994 following the Oslo Accords, added: “Under your leadership, peace became a real and original agenda. And from Jerusalem, I am sure all the bells of engagement and understanding will ring again. You gave us a license to dream and act in a noble direction.”

Posted by: Hal at October 9, 2009 10:32 AM


Irena Sendler's story is told in a simple but profound play called Life in a Jar
http://www.irenasendler.org

I saw this play last year when it came to my area. It is well worth seeing it if it comes near you: http://www.irenasendler.org/events.asp

Posted by: Eileen at October 9, 2009 10:34 AM


This wonderful president that you speak of, Hal, turned his back on Iranian freedom fighters, stands behind an ousted dictator wanna-be (read Zelaya/Honduras), still implements many of the Bush policies with regard to prisoners of war and the drone attacks for starters.

And encouraging diplomacy? Let's see...he's got the Freak Show at the UN praising him for giving our country a good spanking, he's singing about nuclear-free countries while Iran and N. Korea are giving him the collective finger, and he's dissed Poland and the Czechs something serious.

Although, to be fair, their is money being put out now for those bunker-busting bombs. Maybe he'll actually man-up and send Qom, Iran an explosive message.

All mockery aside, Hal, I think the point that even lefties are trying to make is that if the good Norwegians want to award him something, fine. But at least allow the time for him to have ACCOMPLISHED something, not HOPE for it.

You know, reality.

Posted by: carder at October 9, 2009 10:34 AM


It's interesting to note that Peres won that prize, and what have the Palestinians done since?

Fill in the blanks.

Posted by: carder at October 9, 2009 10:37 AM


Let's just downgrade it to the Nobel for Narcissism

Posted by: carder at October 9, 2009 10:41 AM


I would never use a 20 dollar bill again if Obama's face was plastered on it.

Posted by: bethany Author Profile Page at October 9, 2009 11:12 AM


President Shimon Peres of Israel, sent a letter to President Obama on Friday morning, saying: “Very few leaders if at all were able to change the mood of the entire world in such a short while with such a profound impact. You provided the entire humanity with fresh hope, with intellectual determination, and a feeling that there is a lord in heaven and believers on earth.”

Boy, talk about delusional. Anyone checked out Obama's approval rating lately?

Posted by: bethany Author Profile Page at October 9, 2009 11:15 AM



He doesn't care about his approval rating, he just wants to do what's right.

Posted by: Hal at October 9, 2009 11:24 AM


An interesting turn of events.

He has done a lot to promote world peace, rid the world of nuclear weapons and to combat global warming. I for one, am happy for news. Now if he would only end Bush's wars.

Posted by: Chris R at October 9, 2009 11:25 AM


President Obama has broken new ground here. Nominations for potential winners of the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize ended on February 1. The president took office only 12 days earlier on January 20.

Let’s take a look at the president’s first 12 days in the White House according to his public schedule to see what he did to deserve a Nobel Peace Prize:

January 20: Sworn in as president. Went to a parade. Partied.

January 21: Asked bureaucrats to re-write guidelines for information requests. Held an “open house” party at the White House.

January 22: Signed Executive Orders: Executive Branch workers to take ethics pledge; re-affirmed Army Field Manual techniques for interrogations; expressed desire to close Gitmo (how’s that working out?)

January 23: Ordered the release of federal funding to pay for abortions in foreign countries. Lunch with Joe Biden; met with Tim Geithner.

January 24: Budget meeting with economic team.

January 25: Skipped church.

January 26: Gave speech about jobs and energy. Met with Hillary Clinton. Attended Geithner's swearing in ceremony.

January 27: Met with Republicans. Spoke at a clock tower in Ohio.

January 28: Economic meetings in the morning, met with Defense secretary in the afternoon.

January 29: Signed Ledbetter Bill overturning Supreme Court decision on lawsuits over wages. Party in the State Room. Met with Biden.

January 30: Met economic advisers. Gave speech on Middle Class Working Families Task Force. Met with senior enlisted military officials.

January 31: Took the day off.

February 1: Skipped church. Threw a Super Bowl party.

So there you have it. The short path to the Nobel Peace Prize: Party, go to meetings, skip church, release federal funding to pay for abortions in foreign countries, party some more.

Good grief.

Smooth and fast operator

Posted by: xppc at October 9, 2009 11:27 AM


While I wish that he were pro-life (sigh), and I still believe- and can't explain why- that he'll eventually be pro-life, the prize was given to him because even though he's only been in office for a few months, he has, apparently, made the world like us again.

Or so I read. The Norwegians said that the world respects America again, and, though I liked Bush and respected him, he did have a terrible foreign policy.

They're giving the award to him because he has renewed America in the eyes of the world.

I think that once things calm down and the world eliminates a lot of the bad things, it will be easier to focus on infanticide and (hopefully) Darfur, the Congo, and all of Africa.

But collectively the world has chosen to bypass poor Africa and children's rights. I think that that will change, though.

Posted by: Vannah at October 9, 2009 11:28 AM


Hal, you agreed with the idea that Obama "has provided the ENTIRE HUMANITY with hope".... um, no he hasn't.

Posted by: bethany Author Profile Page at October 9, 2009 11:28 AM


There is a distinct left wing bias in the Noble Academy. Here's an example.
French geneticist Dr Jerome Lejeune developed karyotyping, discovered how taking B vitamins(folic acid) in pregnancy prevents spina bifida, and discovered Trisomy 21 the cause for Down syndrome.
Did he win a Nobel Prize for being the Father if Modern Genetics?
NO.
Why? Because he was a well known, and thus embattled, pro-life advocate. He fought to prevent science from going down the dangerous path to human cloning and embryonic stem cell research.
One evening after Dr Lejuene gave an address to the United Nations in which he defended the right to life, admitted to his wife "there goes my Nobel Prize".
Even then, in the 60's he knew which way Nobel leaned.
That prize is worthless.
Jill won one of the Life Prizes, now THAT's worth crowing about!

Posted by: Leticia Velasquez at October 9, 2009 11:29 AM


I would never use a 20 dollar bill again if Obama's face was plastered on it.

Posted by: bethany at October 9, 2009 11:12 AM


No one will take it. It will be worthless. The dollar has been dropping in value 1.5% per month since Obama showed up.

Posted by: xppc at October 9, 2009 11:30 AM


So there you have it. The short path to the Nobel Peace Prize: Party, go to meetings, skip church, release federal funding to pay for abortions in foreign countries, party some more.

Crazy!

Posted by: bethany Author Profile Page at October 9, 2009 11:33 AM


hal: "He doesn't care about his approval rating, he just wants to do what's right."

Yup, Bush WAS like this? Wait, you WERE speaking about George W. Bush, right...oh, of course you were.

Chris R.: "He has done a lot to promote world peace, rid the world of nuclear weapons and to combat global warming."

He's trying to rid the world of OUR nuclear weapons, and if Iran doesn't follow suit, well. And he's done a GREAT job with "global warming," especially since it's caused by the SUN and the earth has been COOLING since 1998. Way to go, Clinton and Bush!

Posted by: bmmg39 at October 9, 2009 11:34 AM


Any minute now, I expect Ashton Kutcher to leap out from behind the Nobel committee and shout, "You've all been PUNK'D!!"

Posted by: Kel at October 9, 2009 11:39 AM


Complete the sentence, Hal:

"...he just wants to do what's right...by the Left."

If the world likes us again, Vannah, then why was Chicago denied the Olympics? Why have our allies, France in particular, not go all in and say,"Oh yes, Mr. O, we'll send all the troops we can muster over to Afghanistan!"?

Does one really want to be liked by the clowns known as Qaddafi and Chavez? How about Fidel?

If we're so liked now, explain A-jad's continued "Screw you!" to us and the UN.

The problem here is that Obama wants so much to be liked that he's willing to burn our country in the process.

Posted by: carder at October 9, 2009 11:40 AM


Global warming is caused by carbon emissions. Heat is trapped on Earth because carbon emissions have prevented it from being reflected back off of the planet.

Posted by: Vannah at October 9, 2009 11:41 AM


I'm not sure why Chicago was denied. It was probably financial. Olympics are not picked on whether or not the world likes a country perfectly otherwise Beijin would never have gotten them. Cities are chosen based on taxes, ability to shelter the athletes and keep them safe, venues, et cetera. Rio had what Chicago just couldn't offer.

France never wanted the war and they hated Bush after the war not before it. And people like that crazy dude in Iran have always hated us, no matter who's president.

I'm not saying that he's perfect or anything: he cut funding for Darfur and African relief, doesn't respect children's rights, and doesn't support gay rights (well, not all of them).

But if we try and find peace and goodness in everyone and everything, the world would be a lot better place and I think that that would make the fight against abortion easier, because people would be forced to look at its victims other than, as pro-choicers generally want us to see them, as wild animals who will (noooz!) pump up the crime rate and force everyone to share the air.

Posted by: Vannah at October 9, 2009 11:50 AM


Global warming is caused by carbon emissions. Heat is trapped on Earth because carbon emissions have prevented it from being reflected back off of the planet.

Posted by: Vannah at October 9, 2009 11:41 AM

No. You need to read what scientists, not politicians, say:

www.snopes.com/politics/soapbox/coleman.asp

and from the SSRC* www.spaceandscience.net/id16.html

*Credentials: The Space and Science Research Center (SSRC) is the leading research organization in the United States on the science of and planning for the next climate change to a cold era based upon the RC Theory developed by Director John Casey.

Mr. John L. Casey, SSRC Director, has been a national space policy advisor to the White House and Congress, a Space Shuttle engineer with a leading aerospace company, a consultant to NASA Headquarters, and consultant to or President of several leading edge high tech start-ups. For years he has been active in his home town in conservation and environmental cleanup for his neighborhood. He is an advocate for pollution controls and monitoring and a mercury free environment. He was previously chairman of a humanitarian organization where through his efforts millions of dollars in medical and financial aid were raised for women and children in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Al Gore: not so much.

Posted by: klynn73 at October 9, 2009 12:04 PM


It gets better ...

http://shop.ebay.com/i.html?_nkw=nobel+prize+obama&_sacat=0&_trksid=p3286.m270.l1313&_odkw=nobel+prize&_osacat=0

Posted by: Elmo at October 9, 2009 12:06 PM


carder @ 11:40 a.m.

I thought it was very telling that Castro's message to Obama upon winning the election was, "I hope you accomplish all your goals".

I bet he does.

Posted by: klynn73 at October 9, 2009 12:07 PM


Any minute now, I expect Ashton Kutcher to leap out from behind the Nobel committee and shout, "You've all been PUNK'D!!"
Posted by: Kel at October 9, 2009 11:39 AM

LMBO!

Posted by: bethany Author Profile Page at October 9, 2009 12:14 PM


Vannah, finding the good in everyone sounds nice but it is naive. There are some people in this world who are truly evil.

Posted by: bethany Author Profile Page at October 9, 2009 12:16 PM


Whether Obama deserves the Nobel peace prize
is moot, but will you anti-choicers please stop calling him the "infanticide" president.
The notion that Obama supports infanticide is just one of the countless false rumors that have been circulating about him.
He does not and has never supported infanticide.
There is absolutely no truth to this ridiculous rumor. What he supports is maintaining a woman's right to choose an abortion, which is the only way that America can prevent catastophe for many poor families.
And if Obama is able to get his programs through, this could very well cause a marked decrease in abortions in America, something which republican anti-choice policies have never done.

Posted by: Robert Berger at October 9, 2009 12:48 PM


M @ 12:35

Quick! Let me examine all my core beliefs and see if they mesh with what you believe is POPULAR!?! Wake up call? LOL. It is a farce! Yup, whatever is trendy---that's how I determine what is right and wrong.

This will ALWAYS be wrong, no matter how many applaud it:

abortionNO.org

Posted by: klynn73 at October 9, 2009 12:54 PM


President Jackson won't be replaced on the $20 ever. That would be like putting Clinton on the $1 bill or Hilary on the $100 bill. It isn't going to happen.

Plus, all the presidents / government officials on USA currency are DEAD. They won't put anyone on money while they're alive.

Posted by: LizFromNebraska at October 9, 2009 1:04 PM


Yes, the global warming season is upon my family and I in WI. The winter temp can sometimes be -20 degrees and the windchill can be -50 below. We cheer when the high for the day is predicted to be ZERO!! :)
A little on the brisk side for me to buy the global warming BS.

I am so thankful that Obama is such a good president, who does good things and only wants to do what is good and left cause he is so good and left. The Nobel Peace Prize is his. Neato! Another worthless award.

Posted by: carla Author Profile Page at October 9, 2009 1:07 PM


And again, Berger, provide objective evidence for your claim other than "cuz I said so."

I bet you a Nobel Peace Prize that you won't.

Posted by: carder at October 9, 2009 1:10 PM


Eileen @ 10:34 AM,

I really admire Irena Sendler too. She was a beautiful woman who lived a beautiful life. Hopefully she'll be nominated for the Peace Prize again.

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Robert,

Killing a baby whose legs are out of the birth canal does not improve a poor woman's lot in life. How many times must you hear that to believe it? Obviously you haven't read about Obama's voting record on partial birth abortion. See Jill's link to "theblogproof" above for more information on it.
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Posted by: Janet at October 9, 2009 1:12 PM


Oops. I didn't mean for the last sentence to be in bold, but I guess it doesn't hurt...

Posted by: Janet at October 9, 2009 1:15 PM


Nice tactic, btw, Berger. His ineffectiveness is a moot point, according to you, but let's not discuss that. Let's just stop calling him names.
Never mind that even his staff wondered whether this was April Fool's.

Never mind the Poles, Czechs, Hondurans, Green Iranians, and the non-threatening Taliban are howling as we speak.

Never mind that.

Posted by: carder at October 9, 2009 1:18 PM


I'll tell you what is unbelieveable: Tearing down the best things about your country. You never get tired of your little hate fulled tirades. It's all you know. You hate your government and love guns. Wouldn't you be happier in Somalia?

Posted by: craig at October 9, 2009 1:19 PM


Carla, I keep waiting for some warming here in MN, too. There's a Simpsons episode where Marge scolds Homer for not paying the heating bill, to which he replies, "Aaah, I thought global warming would take care of it. Al Gore never does ANYthing right!"

Mm: People who are actually familiar with Obama's votes in the IL senate and his defense of them take his arguments against providing care to infants born alive during abortions VERY seriously. Not infanticide? What do you call leaving infants to die amongst the medical waste, then? You didn't even bother to visit abortionNo.org before calling me names, right?

One last caution regarding agreeing with Mr. Berger's posts: you must have a certain net worth in order to be deemed worthy of life. Ask him what the cut-off is, he's vague with the whole 'poor people should die' bit.

Gotta run.

Posted by: klynn73 at October 9, 2009 1:21 PM


If I were a member of NOW, I'd be throwing a fit.

The esteemed Nobel committee passed up not one, but two women in order to shower President Obama with $1.4 million.

Sima Samar, women's rights activist in Afghanistan: "With dogged persistence and at great personal risk, she kept her schools and clinics open in Afghanistan even during the most repressive days of the Taliban regime, whose laws prohibited the education of girls past the age of eight. When the Taliban fell, Samar returned to Kabul and accepted the post of Minister for Women's Affairs."

Ingrid Betancourt: French-Colombian ex-hostage held for six years.

Posted by: carder at October 9, 2009 1:24 PM


Mmm mmm mm.

Respect? I'm positive A-jad and Korean Kim are shaking in their boots right about now.

Yeah, they're really cowering in fear and trepidation.

They're begging for mercy, chump.

Posted by: carder at October 9, 2009 1:28 PM


President Obama will put his face on the new million-dollar bill. The other bills soon won't be worth anything.

Posted by: Jon at October 9, 2009 1:33 PM


janet, look up definition of infant. There's your "proof".

Crazy talk will get you nowhere but laughed at

Posted by: Mmm at October 9, 2009 1:19 PM


No crazy talk here, dear.

infant /in·fant/ (in´fint) the human young from the time of birth to one year of age.

If you want to split hairs, I suppose you call partial birth abortion, "partial infanticide" since only half of the baby is born when the scissors are jammed into the baby's skull.

But there is no question that infanticide is a correct characterization in some circumstances. Read Obama's words on the subject, he's not against infanticide if the other option may be an unduly burdened mother. See "theblogprof" link above. (Sorry, I incorrectly wrote the "blogproof" on my earlier post.)

Posted by: Janet at October 9, 2009 1:35 PM


You're in the negatives?!

Holy moo, Carla! :O

And I complain when New Mexico hits forty degrees!

Now I feel kind of bad...

Have you received any submissions for your book yet? I don't know any women who have lost children to abortion, but I'm keeping a weather eye out. I was hoping that I could find a woman and tell her about it, but if there are women (and I'm sure that there are) around me, I don't know who. :(

Posted by: Vannah at October 9, 2009 1:42 PM


If our allies now have a new-found respect, Mmmm, then provide the evidence that our enemies are scared. That they've dropped their weapons and yelled "Uncle!"

No wonder he's won the Peace Prize.

Posted by: carder at October 9, 2009 1:45 PM


Obama said he is sharing his Nobel Prize with the world. Does he think this prize is his crown?

* * * *
Headline at the Telegraph-UK

Obama's won the Nobel Peace – WTF?!

blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100013074/obamas-won-the-nobel-peace-wtf/


Posted by: Janet at October 9, 2009 1:55 PM



President Jackson won't be replaced on the $20 ever. That would be like putting Clinton on the $1 bill or Hilary on the $100 bill. It isn't going to happen.

Plus, all the presidents / government officials on USA currency are DEAD. They won't put anyone on money while they're alive.
Posted by: LizFromNebraska at October 9, 2009 1:04 PM

I know he has to be dead first, so it will hopefully be a long time from now. But I think it would be great.

Posted by: Hal at October 9, 2009 1:58 PM



Why would Obama need any qualifications for winning the Nobel Prize? He didn't need any to become president.

Posted by: Mary at October 9, 2009 2:00 PM


Hi Carder 1:45PM

I'm afraid our enemies have only dropped their weapons long enough to give Obama the finger, before picking them back up again.

Posted by: Mary at October 9, 2009 2:04 PM


Vannah,
We are not in the negatives yet...snow is predicted for tonight. There. I said the s word.

YES!! I have received letters and poems and they are so precious I can't even tell you. Straight from a mother's heart. :)

If there is a Silent No More or Rachel's Vineyard group in NM maybe you could give them a shout for me.

Posted by: carla Author Profile Page at October 9, 2009 2:15 PM


Hal,
You will have to give me 2 10's for a 20, please. :)

Posted by: carla Author Profile Page at October 9, 2009 2:23 PM


Janet,
WTF just reminded me that the Wisconsin Tourism Federation changed their name to the Federation for Wisconsin Tourism. LOL

Posted by: carla Author Profile Page at October 9, 2009 2:25 PM


Carla,
That's hilarious!
* * * *

On the subject of global warming, why don't we try simple solutions? Like - at the same time every hour the people of the world could dump a bucket of ice-cubes on their front lawns. Or hold their breath for ten seconds to reduce Co2 emissions.

If global warming is good for plant growth, therefore a bonus for food producers who are feeding the hungry of the world, why do we want to reduce it? Wouldn't it be easier to just move residences away from the coastal areas? Just thinkin'....

Posted by: Janet at October 9, 2009 2:38 PM


Wisconsin Tourism Federation...

:)

I'll look into those groups, Carla.


Do you have lots of cheese in Wisconsin or is that just a stereotype? If you do, send me some and I'll send you lots of chili! Guaranteed to make you all warm. :)

Posted by: Vannah at October 9, 2009 2:41 PM


It is so interesting that when I mention Wisconsin I am told that I must love cheese and the Packers. I am not overly fond of either. :)

We do produce lots of cheese though. Tis true.
I love chili!! Yum!

Hey!!
Do your Caribou coffee shops have a big display for Susan G Komen this month? I was just there and told them I would not be donating to their cause. I called back to talk to the supervisor and she said she couldn't talk about it. ?? I mentioned Planned Parenthood and she told me to contact corporate. Which I just did.
Thinking I need to make some signs and educate some people this weekend. My husband knows it is just a matter of time before he has to spring his wife out of jail.(Or maybe he won't?? ha)

Posted by: carla Author Profile Page at October 9, 2009 2:50 PM


Don't misunderstand me; I would have been all for the Prize AFTER he had given McChrystal his 40,000+ troops to knock the Taliban upside their turbaned heads.

Peace through strength and all that.

But that would have made the world not like us again. And being liked is important, isn't it?

Posted by: carder at October 9, 2009 2:52 PM


...dang...is there anything good and decent coming out of Europe nowadays?

Posted by: RSD at October 9, 2009 3:50 PM


This Kenyan born alien is selling democracy and this country away just like bush.The dollar will be worthless because of his debt,his healthcare is actually a plan to herd us all in. Next we will have to give up our guns,have to be vaccinated,microchipped(as your license and passport now are), and those who fight go to already constructed internment camps like the ones near and below Denver airport.Lets see his REAL birth documents and college records.

Posted by: patriot earl at October 9, 2009 4:53 PM


He doesn't care about his approval rating, he just wants to do what's right.
Posted by: Hal at October 9, 2009 11:24 AM

really, unborn babies don't think that.

I say let's hope Kanye West gets invited to the Nobel Prize banquet.......

("Yo, I'm gonnna let you finish. Beyonce's the best promoter of peace ever.....)

Posted by: angel at October 9, 2009 5:07 PM


Posted by: Hal at October 9, 2009 10:19 AM

"Not sure about Mt. Rushmore, but I'd like to see him [B.O.]on the $20 bill some day."

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There is only room for one more face on Mount Rushmore.

A $3 dollar bill would be more appropriate or one of $450 trillion Zimbabwe notes.

Might as well print B.O.'s likeness on cheap toilet paper.

B.O. will take crap off just about any ten horn dictator.

What the heck. In a few years after obamanomics and obmana care have done their damage thats all an american dollar will be good for.

yor bro ken

Posted by: kbhvac at October 9, 2009 5:14 PM


Global warming is caused by carbon emissions. Heat is trapped on Earth because carbon emissions have prevented it from being reflected back off of the planet.

Posted by: Vannah at October 9, 2009 11:41 AM

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In the same years that planet earth's temperature was increasing incrementally the temperatures of other planets in our solar system were also increasing incrementally and as the earth temperature has begun to cool recently the same planets in our solar system has also cooled.

What ONE thing do all the plantets in our 'SOLAR' system have in common?

A star around which they all orbit and we earthlings affectionately refer to as the 'SUN' which is just coincidentally the primary source of 'HEAT' in our 'SOLAR' system.

It could just be that the 'SUN' does not produce heat at a static rate. There are some periods when it produces more heat and other periods when it produces less heat.

Do not confuse an SUV with the SUN.

yor bro ken

Posted by: kbhvac at October 9, 2009 5:30 PM


Hal,

Please enlighten me, whatever did this man do 12 days into office to enable him to be nominated as a candidate for the Nobel Prize?

Posted by: Mary at October 9, 2009 5:36 PM


Hal,

Please enlighten me, whatever did this man do 12 days into office to enable him to be nominated as a candidate for the Nobel Prize?
Posted by: Mary at October 9, 2009 5:36 PM

Beats me, ask someone who nominated him. Maybe in January it was already clear he'd be changing the world by October

Posted by: Hal at October 9, 2009 5:41 PM


Vannah,

Please do not fall for that global warming claptrap. As Ken points out the sun mainly influences the climate. So does the earth/sun rotation which is not always precise and the earth axis, which can also vary.
The climate and weather can be very fickle, as the inaccurate weather forecasts we all too often receive will prove. The people who can't get the weekend weather right are the people predicting the climate in 50 years?

Posted by: Mary at October 9, 2009 5:42 PM


Hal,

How as he so changed the world?

Posted by: Mary at October 9, 2009 5:45 PM


Hal,

Maybe he'll change the world like that famous appeaser, dictator bootlicker and "peace-maker" Neville Chamberlain did.

BTW Hitler referred to Chamberlain as a "worm". Ya think maybe, just maybe, dictators and tyrants have no respect for those who try to "make peace" with them??

Posted by: Mary at October 9, 2009 5:52 PM


Mary,

Foret the 12 days!

What has B.O. done to promote 'peace' in the nine months since he was immaculated?

Name one place on the planet where combatants have converted or traded their weapons for farm implements.

Hell, even his fellow democrats are at war with one another.

He has sigificantly weakened the USA in almost every measureable way.

This award was just wet Norwegian lips pressed adoringly against B.O.'s gluteous maximus.

Maybe their real goal was M.O.'s trophy 'glutes' and they have implemented a strategy of incrementalism.

The Nobel comittee had to do something to rescue the man child's hurt feelings after he was so thoroughly snubbed by the International Olympic Committee.

I am surprised some empathizing feminista hasn't volunteered her breast to pacify the petulent pest.

But then again maybe B.O. prefers boys.

yor bro ken

Posted by: kbhvac at October 9, 2009 5:56 PM


Oh darn, I was hoping George Tiller would have won, oh well there's always next year.

Posted by: Jasper at October 9, 2009 5:59 PM


Immaculated as President of the United States of America, selected as Time magazine's 'Man of the Year', and awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

Just think what B.O. could have accomplished if he really wanted to make the world a better place.

yor bro ken

Posted by: kbhvac at October 9, 2009 6:14 PM


Every time I see one of Jill's hate rants against Obama, I chuckle. Poor Jill, her nemesis from the IL legislature goes on to become a US Senator, POTUS, Nobel Prize winner, and the most recognized, powerful and admired person on Earth, and Jill is writing for the Wing Nut Daily. LOL

Posted by: Bystander at October 9, 2009 6:30 PM


Hey,

All you progressive/liberal/humanists, drink up.

No deadly poison or serpent will harm you as long as you have the 'Audacity of Hope' in your god.

'Change you can believe in' with all your heart and confess with your mouth and bend your knee in complete submission to B.O.!

For the first 500 hundred who phone in the next 60 seconds you will receive a coupon for a free tattoo on your forehead and/or hand of your beloved goatherd from Kenya, Barrak Hussein O'bama [He's part Irish too.]

yor bro ken

Posted by: kbhvac at October 9, 2009 6:33 PM


Posted by: kbhvac at October 9, 2009 5:56 PM


"I am surprised some empathizing feminista hasn't volunteered her breast to pacify the petulent pest."

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Absolutely providencial!

yor bro ken

Posted by: kbhvac at October 9, 2009 6:46 PM


Bystander,

LOL. Admired and respected? Have you noticed the little dictator in N. Korea has been giving Obama the finger, as did the Castro brothers?
Maybe you can tell me what Obama did to win a nomination for the Nobel Prize 12 days into his presidency. Ya see Feb 1 is when nominations must be in.

Posted by: Mary at October 9, 2009 6:50 PM


Poor Jill, her nemesis from the IL legislature goes on to become a US Senator, POTUS, Nobel Prize winner, and the most recognized, powerful and admired person on Earth, and Jill is writing for the Wing Nut Daily. LOL
Posted by: Bystander at October 9, 2009 6:30 PM


It does seem like a lot of this is a grudge from the old days when Jill didn't get the bill passed she was hoping for. Of course, the bill later passed and is now a law. But, some people are never satisfied.

Posted by: Hal at October 9, 2009 6:52 PM


Apparently being a president other than George W. Bush is enough to win peace prizes these days.

Posted by: prettyinpink at October 9, 2009 6:54 PM


Bystander,

Maybe Obama will donate his prize money to the city of Detroit. Hear how thousands are lining up for stimulus funds and fights have broken out?
How can this happen when The One has brought us prosperity, unity, and love?
It seems Obama's admirers standing in line think he has money to toss them like a sultan.

Posted by: Mary at October 9, 2009 6:56 PM


pip,

It seems that just breathing is enough to win a Nobel Prize these days.

Posted by: Mary at October 9, 2009 7:02 PM


Apparently being a president other than George W. Bush is enough to win peace prizes these days.
Posted by: prettyinpink at October 9, 2009 6:54 PM

Well, I'll grant you it is easy to look prize worthy in comparison.

Posted by: Hal at October 9, 2009 7:04 PM


I think I am going to buy me one of this "trophy" myself.... Do they actually give some sort of trophy or just the money?

Let see if Obama donates the money to the "Messed Up Parenthood"....

What a mockery! What a disgrace! What a shame!

Posted by: Kool-Aid Baby at October 9, 2009 7:05 PM


wins Nobel Peace Prize: former Soviet dictator Mikhail Gorbachev

does not win Nobel Peace Prize: Ronald Reagan


...nothing more needs to be said.

Posted by: Jasper at October 9, 2009 7:11 PM


I nominate Hal for the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize.

Blog-commenting may seem to be a trivial accomplishment, but defending Obama's award in the face of the facts takes a unique form of courage.

I'm not giving him the 2010 prize because I've set that aside for a squirrel in my backyard who made an exceptionally long jump between branches. And the 2011 prize I've already bestowed on the stop sign two blocks down, for saving so many lives with its quiet strength.

Posted by: Henrietta G. Tavish at October 9, 2009 7:13 PM


Henrietta: luv it!
I'm hoping the award ceremony is televised and that Kanye West shows up.

here's the British take on this whole nonsense:

A much blunter, typically British commentary was given by Michael Binyon of the UK Times on Line." Binyon states, "The award to Obama is arguably one the most absurd awards that the Nobel Committee has ever made." He continues that giving the peace prize to the U.S. President "will be met with widespread incredulity, consternation in many capitals and probably deep embarrassment by the President himself."

Binyon charges that there is a crass political agenda for the award stating, "Rarely has an award had such an obvious political and partisan intent." The Times journalist explains the outcome of such a situation: "Instead, the prize risks looking preposterous in its claims, patronising in its intentions and demeaning in its attempt to build up a man who has barely begun his period in office, let alone achieved any tangible outcome for peace."

Posted by: angel at October 9, 2009 7:20 PM


Wait a minute!

B.O. is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize on the very same day the United States Of America successfully completes the first missle attack against the 'moon'.

I did not know Osama bin Laden had a base on the moon.

Can Haliburton and Blackwater be far behind?

No 'blood for green chesse'!

B.O. lied and moon guys/gals died!

Is this one of those shovel ready projects that the stimulus money was just waiting to find?

This is one giant step beyond the 'bridge to nowhere'

'When the moon get's bullseyed,

like a pig in a sty,

It's a war day.'

Can Uranus be far behind?

yor bro ken

Posted by: kbhvac at October 9, 2009 7:38 PM


I think the Nobel Prize is an honor for the President, he was very gracious about accepting it.

Posted by: chris at October 9, 2009 7:53 PM


When will the 'earth first' folks announce the comissioning of their 'moon second' affiliate?

The first extra terrestial momument financed by stimulus dollars will be to etch a giant image of B.O. on the surface of the moon utilizing one of the existing craters to simulate that little dark spot on the side of his nose.

One exceedlingly giant step beyond the Nazca line of Peru.

yor bro ken

Posted by: kbhvac at October 9, 2009 7:59 PM


A man of peace?

Yes, this is a sad day for mankind when a world leader can be recognized as a man of peace yet fails to protect, no, actually promotes, the destruction and slaughter of the most defenseless among us.

Come quickly Lord Jesus. Have mercy on Barack Hussein Obama, a man who looks more and more like the anti-Christ every day.

Posted by: Phil Schembri is HisMan at October 9, 2009 8:23 PM


A grudge, Hal? You act like Jill wanted to pass a bill to allow feeding the birds in the park and mean old Obama wouldn't let her.

Jill was trying to make sure that children born ALIVE after attempted murder were given the same care as a preemie born down the hall. Obama objected to this because saving that LIVING child's life might "burden the mother's original decision."

If you want a dead baby, you're damn well going to get a dead baby, if the staff has to put a bag over its head to do it!

Obama supported allowing children to die just because their parents didn't value their lives. The fact that that monster is now our president is beyond despicable.

Posted by: Lauren at October 9, 2009 8:24 PM


Phil,

You must always remember to say "mmm mmm mmm" before and after you say "Barack Hussein Obama".

Posted by: Mary at October 9, 2009 8:36 PM


Ken,

You better hope Uranus isn't a target!

I love ya!!

Posted by: Mary at October 9, 2009 8:38 PM


Can people who have died win the Nobel Peace Prize? Because Irena Sendler died a year ago. Her story was told in a Hallmark Hall of Fame Movie back in April. She definitely deserved the prize because she saved the lives of many children and adults.

I've said it before and I'll say it again: PEACE begins in the WOMB.

Posted by: LizFromNebraska at October 9, 2009 9:23 PM


Obama is a dream come true for the elite European socialists. America has always been a thorn in their flesh because of her greatness, freedom and wealth. Now along comes Obama making apologies for that greatness and declaring that America is just like any other country.
They recognize in Obama an ally who will sistematically destroy America and mold her into another Europe. The Nobel prize is a big "Thank you" for being one of them and promoting the socialistic agenda. It has nothing to do with promoting peace; even the most rabid Obama lover cannot make that claim.

Posted by: castellina at October 9, 2009 9:24 PM


Vannah: "Global warming is caused by carbon emissions. Heat is trapped on Earth because carbon emissions have prevented it from being reflected back off of the planet."

Close examination of the correlation between carbon dioxide production and temperature increase is that the LATTER causes the FORMER, not the other way around.

Hal: "Maybe in January it was already clear he'd be changing the world by October"

And they must have been under the impression that it would be for the better. Ah, well.

Posted by: bmmg39 at October 9, 2009 10:35 PM


Posted by: Henrietta G. Tavish at October 9, 2009 7:13 PM

"I nominate Hal for the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize."

"Blog-commenting may seem to be a trivial accomplishment, but defending Obama's award in the face of the facts takes a unique form of courage."
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Henrietta,

Luv ya!

Some people excuse for love, some for money.

Some out of misplaced loyalty.

You remember the Russian Ambassadors who, in blind obedience, would repeat what they were told to say, knowing full well it was a lie.

The Ambassador had to support and defend his comrads in communism.

Useful idiots or fellow travelers or true believers in the lies of humanism.

yor bro ken


Posted by: kbhvac at October 9, 2009 10:51 PM


"America is the world's largest Muslim nation."
B.O.

"America is not a 'christian nation"
B.O.

B.O. cancels National Day of Prayer.

American muslims hold prayer rally in Washington, D.C.

Tens of thouands [of groups of hundreds] (That is over one million people for you Obama-aide drinkers) gather in Washington, D.C. to voice displeasure at the direction progressive\liberal\humanists are taking the government of the USA.

yor bro ken

Posted by: kbhvac at October 9, 2009 11:03 PM


Small groups of angry white men clinging tenaciously to their GOD and their guns [See 1st and 2nd ammendments to the U.S. Constitution] gather in Washington, D.C. to demonstrate their support of the United States Constitution and their dissent of B.O. and his progressive gang of liberal/humanist democ-RATS.

It was not a matter of pure chance that the ammendment recognizing the right to bear arms was only superceded by the recognition of the right to freedom of religion, assembly, petition and speech.

The 'people' of the States/former colonies who sent their representives to Philadephia refused to ratify the constitution without the guarantee of a 'bill of rights'.

If those people were alive today they would be agitating for another revolution and for the same reasons.

yor bro ken

Posted by: kbhvac at October 9, 2009 11:23 PM


Can people who have died win the Nobel Peace Prize? Because Irena Sendler died a year ago. Her story was told in a Hallmark Hall of Fame Movie back in April. She definitely deserved the prize because she saved the lives of many children and adults.

I've said it before and I'll say it again: PEACE begins in the WOMB.
Posted by: LizFromNebraska at October 9, 2009 9:23 PM

Liz,

Good question. According to nobel.org, a person cannot be nominated posthumously for a Nobel Peace Prize. What a shame.

Posted by: Janet at October 10, 2009 1:17 AM


They are feeding BHO's ego with this "peace" award so they can contrast it and attack him later when he increases US military operations Afghanistan and elsewhere. Coming from an award set up to honor a "peacemaker" who created dynamite to give to soldiers so they could save lives killing people.

Posted by: truthseeker at October 10, 2009 2:38 AM


This just in:

UNITED STATES ATTEMPTED ASSASINATION OF MOON FAILS!

The 'double tap' hit the mark as planned but the 'harvest moon' is still shining on.

The muted lunar response was to continue to 'moon' mother earth as if nothing had happened.

The man in the moon would neither confirm nor deny the alleged assualt.

yor bro ken

Posted by: kbhvac at October 10, 2009 8:12 AM


Hal,

"Please enlighten me, whatever did this man do 12 days into office to enable him to be nominated as a candidate for the Nobel Prize?"
Posted by: Mary at October 9, 2009 5:36 PM
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Beats me, ask someone who nominated him. Maybe in January it was already clear he'd be changing the world by October

Posted by: Hal at October 9, 2009 5:41 PM

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HAL,

The 'great leap forward' and the 'cultural revolution' brought significant 'change' to China.

Ask the average Chinese citizen who endured that 'change' how it's worked out for them.

By the way, by what measureable objective standard has B.O. changed the world........for the better?

yor bro ken

Posted by: kbhvac at October 10, 2009 8:25 AM


If B.O. wants to 'earn it', the community orgainizer can start with his 'bros in the hood' in Chicago.

B.O. could start wagin some peace there.

Doesn't the 'Oprah' also reside in Chicago.

Jeremiah Wright and Jesse Jackson are also citizens of the 'Windy City'.

yor bro ken

Posted by: kbhvac at October 10, 2009 8:32 AM


Ken,

Jesse Jackson thinks parents should be patrolling the Chicago neighborhoods.

Are they supposed to take extended coffee breaks to accomplish this?

Posted by: Janet at October 10, 2009 11:37 AM


HE WON BECAUSE THE NOBEL COMMITTEE SHARES OBAMA'S VALUES & BELIEVES THAT HIS LEADERSHIP WILL BRING WORLD PEACE. WHY DO YOU ALL REFUSE TO ACCEPT THIS BEAUTIFUL NEW UTOPIA UNFOLDING BEFORE YOUR VERY EYES? THE MOST HOLY PREACHERS OF THIS GOSPEL, THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA, HAVE LABORED WITHOUT REST TO ENLIGHTEN YOU FOR YEARS. NOW, SURRENDER! THAT YOUR SOUL MAY BE SAVED!

Posted by: MEL at October 10, 2009 11:58 AM


Hi Janet,

There was actually a time I greatly admired Jesse Jackson and think he truly did so much good with his self improvement programs and speeches to inspire people to better their lives.
Sadly, his wonderful gift was squandered by his megolomania. It was a great loss.

Posted by: Mary at October 10, 2009 12:00 PM


MEL,

Ohhhh, that explains it. Thank you for the clarification. :)

Posted by: Mary at October 10, 2009 12:02 PM


Posted by: Janet at October 10, 2009 11:37 AM


"Jesse Jackson thinks parents should be patrolling the Chicago neighborhoods."

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Peace begins in womb, and is nutured in the dining room and living room.

The 'great society' is one of the greatest detriments to peace the world has ever known.

Jesse Jackson, like Jeremiah Wright and B.O., are interested first and foremost in the acquisition and maintaining of personal and political power to feather their own nests, not to free the communities whom they purport to represent.

They are self serving poverty pimps.

yor bro ken

Posted by: kbhvac at October 10, 2009 12:44 PM


amazing story, thx for posting... twice as many as Schindler? wow

Posted by: Sam Kaufman at October 11, 2009 2:24 AM


From one Socialist to Another! Not surprising.The one currently heading the Nobel Piece of ()*&*(
is a Socialist.

Anti-Christ is very near around the corner now.
We will recognize them by their deeds.

Posted by: lome at October 11, 2009 12:39 PM


I think the Nobel Prize is an honor for the President, he was very gracious about accepting it.

Posted by: Lisa at October 11, 2009 3:28 PM


The Nobel Prize Committee did not want to be 'outdone' by the Notre Dame president and trustees board in finding a way to honor a dis-honorable man.

The first liar never stands a chance at remaining number one.

But no surprise here.

The Nobel'ers have a had a helluva lot more experince in finding someone notorious to dub as 'peacekmaker'.

yor bro ken

Posted by: kbhvac at October 11, 2009 5:04 PM


Lisa @ 3:28,

You should print that out and hang on your bathroom mirror or refrigerator door and repeat it to yourself everytime you look at it.

I heard it said if you repeat a lie long enough it will eventually become a believable lie.

But is still a lie.

yor bro ken

Posted by: kbhvac at October 11, 2009 5:07 PM


Lisa, thanks for a voice of sanity around here. It is indeed a great day when our country is so honored.

Posted by: Hal at October 13, 2009 11:44 AM