Okay, so, I am interested as to what makes one a Nobel Peace Prize Laureate.
I have come to the conclusion that the committee that chooses the recipients must be a collection of individuals who like to dabble in the intoxicating effects of methamphetamine.
After all, chronic users experience violent behavior, anxiety, confusion, paranoia, delusions.
Any of this falling into place for you?
I'm going to go out on a limb here, and propose that the said committee was on high doses of meth when choosing the likes of, hmmmmm, let's see...
Menachem Begin-violent radical
Henry Kissinger-accused of war crimes
Rigoberta Menchu-pathological liar
More recently, we come to my favorite...
Barrack Obama-howdy doody.
What has me stumped is this,
I am not really sure, specifically, what he has done to be counted among the other laureates.
Many of whom, no doubt, deserve their prize, and whom the commitee named under conditions, in which, I can only describe as, brief moments of lucid sobriety.
Plainly, no meth that day.
These include, but are not limited to...
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
I mean, didn't, like, Bradgelina or George Clooney have peace talks in the Middle East?
I don't see them toting around a Nobel coin.