Tuesday, October 13, 2009

We should be proud

10-13-09 affirming brain
This blog (see link) whom I read, makes the case better than I did yesterday regarding Obama.

The Nobel Peace Prize in the past has been given for "effort", not for achievements. This brief history lesson was enlightening.

Thanks California Girl (who lives in New Hampshire) for posting this! AND if you don't like politics you can enjoy the autumn folliage pictures on her blog.


  1. Apparently the nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize have to be turned in months before the prize is awarded and the nomination accepted. Coming from a very non-informed policital view (mine), he would have known he was nominated before being voted into the presidency and none of his 'actions' as president were much of a factor. Interesting tidbit from someone who usually has their head in the sand on policital issues - me.

  2. Thanks for your comment. This was interesting to learn that he was being judged prior to anything as President.