Suggestion: As Obama addresses the nation on the need for war, maybe put his Nobel Peace Prize on a stand on his desk.
— SunnyRight (@sunnyright) September 6, 2013
That’s a good suggestion for President Obama’s address to the nation on Tuesday about the situation in Syria. In the meantime, calls are increasing for President Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize to be rescinded or returned:
So when US attacks Syria, does Obama have to give back his Nobel Peace Prize or can we all just get a free Chick-fil-A sandwich or something
— Lee Satterfield (@Lee_Satterfield) September 6, 2013
@ChenguGold I never understood why Obama got to keep the Nobel Peace Prize but Milli Vanilli had to give back their Grammy.
— Liban (@DieZauberer) September 6, 2013
In Sweden Wednesday, a reporter actually asked Obama if the Peace Prize presents a dilemma for him while weighing an attack. Here’s video of Obama’s response:
Swedish Reporter Asks Obama if Nobel Peace Prize Presents 'Dilemma' When Planning Syria Attack http://t.co/WY3m7ARDN6
— Mau (@MauRoverssi) September 6, 2013
We’re surprised Obama didn’t remind the reporter that he wasn’t awarded that, because it’s “the world’s” Nobel Peace Prize.