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This is simply a revenge mission by the US on Libya. This will teach them a lesson for attacking Doc Emmett Brown in Back to the Future....... Damn Libyans
Nice try. It's still open.
Apparently a new Amy Winehouse 'Greatest Hits' collection is coming out, but the tinfoil and spoons aren't included.
hmm that couldda been done in a month the media here made it sound like it had been done. then nothing at all that has filtered through to my eyes and ears
clean your ears...Nickelback's guitar work is awesome.
In my opinion, Morgan Tsvangarai (I hope I spelt that right) deserved this much more than Obama. Even in the face of tyranny, he refused to be bullied by that coward Mugabe and his henchmen. His supporters took beating's in the streets and yet he never gave up. What a hero.
dude you're totally rightespecially since he can't move back there and had to run for the election from another country just to be safe from being attacked.
Many have felt that this award was premature and that others have done more heroic things than say "Yes, we can" or call Joe the Plumber stupid. When we say that, we get accused of "hating" Obama and not being supportive of the office of President.
the nobel peace prize means nothing, it's like rock and roll hall of fame in the respect that at some point they may have been a just and fair system but now it's just an overrated popularity contest making a nobel peace prize about equal to being the top of FHM's hottest woman picture on top of car.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/33237202/ns/politics-white_house?GT1=43001‘Humbled’ Obama wins Nobel Peace PrizeCommittee says president gives world’s people ‘hope for a better future’ Video OSLO, Norway - President Barack Obama won the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday in a stunning decision designed to encourage his initiatives to reduce nuclear arms, ease tensions with the Muslim world and stress diplomacy and cooperation rather than unilateralism.Nobel observers were shocked by the unexpected choice so early in the Obama presidency, which began less than two weeks before the Feb. 1 nomination deadline. White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said Obama woke up to the news a little before 6 a.m. EDT. The White House had no immediate comment on the announcement, which took the administration by surprise.
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