Can you win the Nobel Peace Prize multiple times? Because I enjoyed Obama winning so very much in 2009 that I want it to happen again.
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) October 8, 2014
Sorry, no repeat for the president.
But well-deserved congratulations do go out to Kailash Satyarthi, a children’s rights activist from India and to Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani teen who was shot by the Taliban because she wanted to go to school:
— James Martin, SJ (@JamesMartinSJ) October 10, 2014
The Wall Street Journal has a great write-up on the two here:
— Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) October 10, 2014
As a reminder, here’s what the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize winner had to say to 2009’s winner about drone attacks:
Today, Malala Yousafzai won the Nobel Peace Prize. 2 years ago, she told Obama "drone attacks are fueling terrorism" http://t.co/BrTeCq048S
— McClatchyDC (@McClatchyDC) October 10, 2014
So, how’s that working out?
Malala’s prize is long overdue and there are many who thought she should have won it last year, like we did:
Fox Business' Charles Payne on 'euro-snob' Nobel Peace Prize committee: 'They suck' http://t.co/5yo9UxcQIg
— TwitchyTeam (@TwitchyTeam) October 11, 2013
Although there is talk that the Nobel committee is playing politics with this year’s winners, too:
The Nobel Peace Prize committee, having disgraced itself by hastily honoring Obama, stoops to play the Indian-Pakistani, Hindu-Muslim game.
— Brahma Chellaney (@Chellaney) October 10, 2014
Don't care any bit who wins Nobel Peace Prize. It's the most political of the political prizes world over. A living joke being Obama himself
— गीतिका (@ggiittiikkaa) October 10, 2014
Finally, in other Nobel Peace prize news, Americans want President Obama to give his back:
Poll: Majority Of Americans Say Obama No Longer Deserves His Nobel Peace Prize http://t.co/ZnpfEjBvlW
— Fox Nation (@foxnation) October 9, 2014