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October 13, 2009 2:13 PM

Commentary: Obama critics try scoring cheap political points with Nobel Peace Prize

We'd rather have the world hating and despising us instead of extending olive branches. One week, critics of President Obama cheered and gloated that "the world rejected Obama" when we missed out on the 2016 summer Olympics. The next, the president is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, and the people who cheered "the world rejected Obama" are offended a prominent world body embraced him.

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