Baldwin/McCullough Radio: Why Obama Should Give Back the Nobel Prize

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On the job 12 days. Yet somehow accomplishing the impossible President Obama created enough verve in the universe to land what has arguably become the biggest laughingstock of all the Nobel prizes. And this year "America" is the punch line. Tonight we push those of you who think it's a great thing that he fly to Oslo and pick up the trophy and the $1.4 million that goes with it, straight to the front of the call line. 12 days of accomplishments, 12 days of negotiations, 12 days of utter universal peace... You do realize it took President Nobel Present 10 full days to come to clarity over the issue that Iran shooting its women in the street because they wore blue jeans, and form fitted t-shirts was somehow bothersome. And even though he's promised the left that he would close Gitmo and withdraw from Iraq, those things have not happened. And even though he promised the nation that we would fight and defeat the terrorist mongrels in Afghanistan and Pakistan, he's been content for more than 45 days to allow nearly 1/16th of all the casualties we've lost in Afghanistan in eight years to happen in the last thirty days. Baldwin was ticked because of the speech given by the Nobel spokesperson who claimed America's values were now finally the same as the rest of the world's community. McCullough seconds that and understands that the reason the world loves our President is because he doesn't love his nation nearly as much as Presidents usually do. Your thoughts are always welcomed... 800.345.9622.
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