Anyone that jumps on Barack Obama’s win of the Nobel Peace Prize as an opportunity to criticize the president is nothing but a partisan hack.
First and foremost, he does not deserve the award. That is clear.
The nomination process ended two weeks into his term. He was inaccurately credited with nuclear nonproliferation and outreach to the Muslim world.
The Nobel committee should wait until he actually accomplishes something — i.e., cutting nuclear arms in half, pullout of Iraq, negotiations with Iran. They have three years to see if he is successful. No need to rush.
The criticism lies with the Nobel committee. Plain and simple.
Instead, you can be sure to hear from hacks such as your neighborhood staunch conservative to commentator Michael Savage. They will no doubt lambaste this as the another example of anointing him as king.
They gang tackle because it’s easy — not because it’s right.