Just How "Surprised and Deeply Humbled" Is Mr. Obama? - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Just How “Surprised and Deeply Humbled” Is Mr. Obama?

According to the rules of the Nobel Prize nomination, a candidate receives an invitation for submission as a Nobel Peace candidate in September of the previous year, and must respond by the 1st of the subsequent February. That’s right, in September of 2008, when nobody had even voted for the current President, Mr. Obama was under the illusion that he was qualified for a Nobel Peace Prize based on a few years as a community organizer, a little time in the Illinois legislature, an incomplete term in the United States’ Senate, and a couple of books about his favorite topic — himself.

By the February 1, 2009 deadline for submissions, before Mr. Obama had even stepped into office, he was no more surprised or humbled then than he is on this ignoble day.

This display is truly the antithesis of humility.

Now we know why he’s been waiting so long to determine how to protect our troops in Afghanistan. Or is it too audacious to suggest such a thought?

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