Nobel Laureate Barack Obama


At just 48 years old and not even nine months in office, President Barack Obama became only the third sitting U.S. president to win the Nobel prize.

The widespread reaction in the mainstream media:  For what?

The Nobel committee members made no bones about it: Helping Obama achieve ambitious peacemaking goals was their goal in awarding the prize Friday to an as-yet mostly unaccomplished U.S. president.

Will winning the Nobel Prize help President Obama politically or hurt him?

5 Responses to “Nobel Laureate Barack Obama”

  1. Ron Spone Says:

    Obama is not black. His Mother was white. He is bi-racial. By allowing the media to perpetuate this is a lie and a disrespect of his Mother.

  2. commonsense247 Says:

    The Nobel committee continues to prove themselves ideologues without credibility or substantive affect.

  3. Ron, you’re very right. Barack is not a black man. But if he wasn’t President, like me who is bi-racial. I am bi-racial in my house. But when I step outside. I am a black man to those don’t know me. That’s coming from black people, white people, Hispanics and Asians. All races. Sadly over time, I have learned to accept it. My mother has taught me as a young child that this is going to happen.

    • sunnydelyte21 Says:

      I agree with you. If he were not president, he would be consider a reagular Black Man.. nothing more. People wouldn’t care about his background or what color his mother is. They see the color of his skin and he’s BLACK.

  4. The man that is now our President of the United States since January 20, 2009 has demonstrated the best qualities of intelligent gentlemen. Great leadership is also what this man defines. It is sad he is having so much disrespect and disregard by a certain group of white americans, and yet he can be greatly recognized, respected and appreciated by so many around the world we live in today. America can be it’s own worst enemy because of the white supremacy mindset that has brain dirtied so many in America. I am very proud of Barack Obama as our president and his accomplishments. I am sure there are many more to come before he is no longer our President of the United States of America. God bless him and his family.
    Mr. Bromont

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