Norwegians didn’t want Barry Soetoro

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Well, we could have guessed:

According to a report from the Agence France Press agency this week President Obama did not win the confidence of a majority of the five member panel before being awarded the Nobel Committee’s Peace Prize late last week. Even though the committee’s secretary told the press on Friday that the committee’s decision had been unanimous, it appears that the members of the committee have a different recollection of how the decision unfolded.

The representatives of the Norwegian Conservative, Progress, and Socialist Left parties all objected to the Obama nomination. The two votes of support on the committee came from the nation’s Labor Party.

The primary concerns of the objecting parties were Obama’s lack of experience on issues related to the objectives of the prize, as well as his “inability to keep his promise.”

It’s a puzzle why a man who clearly acted dishonestly re his birth certificate and who defied a SCOTUS order to respond was not prosecuted for that.  Other interesting things:

Obama, in his run up to his senatorship, debated Alan Keys and there was a dialogue where Keys challenged Obama’s citizenship.  Obama responded: “So what I’m running for illinois senator not the presidency.”

If you google that, it comes up with  the quote in full, top hit, Christian website.  However, it can’t be accessed.  It also appears in the LA times but the video has been taken down.

3 comments for “Norwegians didn’t want Barry Soetoro

  1. MadPiper
    October 21, 2009 at 19:21

    Obama responded: “So what I’m running for illinois senator not the presidency.”

    Fascinating. And now the evidence is being scrubbed. The Ministry of Truth lives.

  2. jai
    October 22, 2009 at 05:32

    Our once great country is being destroyed by a man who fraudulently rose to power. And the once great American public is powerless to stop him. Why can’t we remove this treasonous foreigner from office? Are we no longer a country of laws? Must we resort to revolution?

    What is happening to our country. Nothing can be relied on any longer.

    It is difficult to accept, but are our children doomed to live in a communist dictatorship?

    • October 22, 2009 at 16:53

      It’s insane. Not 15 years ago and this sort of person was careful and didn’t let the cat out of the bag. Now he just ignores and thumbs his nose. That’s more the state of politics and society rather than a commentary on any particular politician. It just means the bad ones rise now.

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