Peaceful quotes from 2009 Nobel Peace Prize winner

Ethel C. Fenig
Proving why the Norwegian Nobel Peace Prize committee selected this year's recipient, Gateway Pundit has rounded up and posted the "top quotes from this year's Nobel Peace Prize winner" spoken at various campaign stops, meetings and just general life.

My Chicago Way's favorites

"They Bring a Knife...We Bring a Gun"
(Yes, he got that from The Untouchables, set in the 1930s Chicago, but the sentiment is oh so contemporary peaceful Chicago.)

and its corollary

"Hit Back Twice As Hard"

Actually there is nothing wrong with these sentiments; they are practical and realistic for surviving in a world full of dangerous and violent non Peace Prize winners and even some Peace Prize winners--remember Yasser Arafat?

And the insights that pushed the Norwegian Nobel Peace Prize Committee to unanimously agree on President Barack Hussein Obama (D).

"The Iranians are having a robust debate."
in response to last summer's deadly violence in Iran following the disputed election.

and its corollary

The United States cannot use its military to solve humanitarian problems and that preventing a potential genocide in Iraq isn't a good enough reason to keep U.S. forces there.

Yep, in the past few years the Nobel Peace Prize Committee has managed to degrade the once prestigious award to a laughingstock and a farce; the reasons for selecting the latest winner merely intensify its irrelevance and while mocking the honoree.

Proving why the Norwegian Nobel Peace Prize committee selected this year's recipient, Gateway Pundit has rounded up and posted the "top quotes from this year's Nobel Peace Prize winner" spoken at various campaign stops, meetings and just general life.

My Chicago Way's favorites

"They Bring a Knife...We Bring a Gun"
(Yes, he got that from The Untouchables, set in the 1930s Chicago, but the sentiment is oh so contemporary peaceful Chicago.)

and its corollary

"Hit Back Twice As Hard"

Actually there is nothing wrong with these sentiments; they are practical and realistic for surviving in a world full of dangerous and violent non Peace Prize winners and even some Peace Prize winners--remember Yasser Arafat?

And the insights that pushed the Norwegian Nobel Peace Prize Committee to unanimously agree on President Barack Hussein Obama (D).

"The Iranians are having a robust debate."
in response to last summer's deadly violence in Iran following the disputed election.

and its corollary

The United States cannot use its military to solve humanitarian problems and that preventing a potential genocide in Iraq isn't a good enough reason to keep U.S. forces there.

Yep, in the past few years the Nobel Peace Prize Committee has managed to degrade the once prestigious award to a laughingstock and a farce; the reasons for selecting the latest winner merely intensify its irrelevance and while mocking the honoree.