OT: Obama just won Nobel Peace Prize.

Tim Øsleby maritimtim at gmail.com
Fri Oct 9 20:38:46 EDT 2009

2009/10/10 frank theriault <knarftheriault at gmail.com>:
> On Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 2:26 PM, John Sessoms <jsessoms002 at nc.rr.com> wrote:
>> I've been following the Photo.net thread there's a site I regularly have
>> problems accessing.  I bet "server not found" errors intermittently. I just
>> tried opening the site to see if I could generate the error; get the exact
>> wording for the error message.
>> Instead, the site opened and there's a headline Obama's been awarded this
>> year's Nobel Peace Prize.
>> Apparently based not on what he's accomplished so far, but as "an early vote
>> of confidence" for "Obama's calls for peace and cooperation, and praised his
>> pledges to reduce the world stock of nuclear arms, ease American conflicts
>> with Muslim nations".worthy
>> http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/10/world/10nobel.html?hp
> At first blush a rather surprising choice, but upon further
> consideration, a very interesting one.
> It's not so much for what he's done, but the attitude he brings to the
> office of the most powerful single human being on the face of the
> earth.  Let's face it, we can't help but compare him to his
> predecessor.  Love or hate Gee Dubya or Obama, this planet has a much
> better chance for peace with the current administration than the last.
> I won't say anything more except that I like Obama a great deal and
> wish him all the best in what he's trying to do.
> Congratulations to him on his Nobel Prize.
> cheers,
> frank

IMO this is a very good analyze.
Is it the bunny ears that makes you such a clear thinker?



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