Friday, December 10, 2010

All About The O: Obama Honors Nobel Prize Winner by Lauding Himself

The man is just insufferable.
One year ago, I was humbled to receive the Nobel Peace Prize -- an award that speaks to our highest aspirations, and that has been claimed by giants of history and courageous advocates who have sacrificed for freedom and justice.
We are so fortunate he walks among us.
Critics have often said of Obama that "it's all about him," that he has a tendency to reference himself no matter what subject he is discussing. Could he do any more to prove them right? But just to show that he is, in fact, humble, the president followed his opening sentence with this:

Mr. Liu Xiaobo is far more deserving of this award than I was.
He's got that right, at least. It must have pained him to actually acknowledge that.

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