Author Topic: The ignoble affront: The Nobel committee can still fix its snub of the Gipper  (Read 470 times)

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Considering that a Polish woman who saved 2,500 Jewish children from the Warsaw Ghetto [and the SS] at the risk of her own life lost out to one of the great paltroons of our time, algore, and that King Joffrey, the boy who would be President , won it for doing nothing [a tradition he continues to this day], Reagan's failure to receive the Nobel is not an affront. It's an affirmation of the man's greatness - and the award's irrelevance.  :smokin:
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Considering that a Polish woman who saved 2,500 Jewish children from the Warsaw Ghetto [and the SS] at the risk of her own life lost out to one of the great paltroons of our time, algore, and that King Joffrey, the boy who would be President , won it for doing nothing [a tradition he continues to this day], Reagan's failure to receive the Nobel is not an affront. It's an affirmation of the man's greatness - and the award's irrelevance.  :smokin:

Excellent point.  Well done.   :howlin:

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They gave a peace prize to the guy that wanted to bomb Syria. You can't seek to wage war and also be a hero of peace.


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