Musing of the Day: Obama Awarded Nobel Peace Prize

President Barack Obama Accepting Nobel Prize

President Barack Obama Accepting Nobel Prize @ Press Conference

When one door closes another door opens. Just when critics were saying that Obama might have lost his mystique when Chicago lost the 2012 Olympic bid even after making an appearance in Copenhagen, the Norwegian Nobel Prize Committee awarded him the Nobel Peace Prize. This morning President Obama gave his accepting speech at a press conference from the White House and he shut the haters down by saying that he felt like he did not deserve to be in the company of other recipients of the award. Obama is the youngest president to receive the award and many say he has not done enough to be given such an honor. He is not delusional and accepted the award as a “call to action.”

That’s right haters, he’s not acting like he doesn’t know. The swag is back! We didn’t want the 2012 Olympics in Chi Town anyway. Rio deserves it and can have it. We have an economy to recover.

Glossy Kissez,

DRBrooklyn730

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3 thoughts on “Musing of the Day: Obama Awarded Nobel Peace Prize

  1. You realize that the Olympics would have been a nice way to recover the economy, right? Why do you think countries want to host the Olympics?

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    • It is also a huge expense. The American economy will receive a boost anyway because if the Olympics are in Rio American companies will advertise there which translates into a boost in revenues. Instead of funneling money to chicago for a huge stadium, that money can be spread out for infrastructure projects throughout the country.

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