"If I'm not successful, then all the praise in the world won't disguise that fact"
For those who missed President Obama's Nobel War Speech accepting the Nobel Peace prize in Norway. Here is the summation of it in less than 10 words.
All I am Saying is Give War a Chance.
Hopefully you didn't waste your time, like I did, actually listening to President Obama's Nobel Speech.
Sure singer/songwriter John Lennon asked us to give peace a chance. But according to President Obama, peace is just a nice sounding word that should merely lift our hearts and make us feel good as we wage war. But if you want to get about protecting liberty then you have to invade foreign lands and bomb the hell out of people.
Lennon and others like Jesus, Mahatma Gandhi, and Martin Luther King never met Al Qaeda or they would know better than to spout peace without also praising war, according to the President.
President Obama says there will always be war and if we wage war hard enough and often enough then we can have the liberty to dream of peace, or something like that.
You might be wondering why President Obama devoted his Peace Prize Speech to the necessity of war, especially since the President was elected to bring America Peace, Hope, and Change.
Well, you obviously never met Al Qaeda.
So, peace prizes are nice. But, it is war that brings peace.
But how can we ever have peace if we keep having wars for peace?
Well, you obviously have never met Al Qaeda.