Betty Williams, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, told a group of school children in Australia that she would love to “kill George Bush.” Why, might you ask? Because of the deaths of innocent children in the Middle East. Of course, no innocent children ever died in the Middle East before George Bush became president. Just ask the Kurds and Iraqis who lived under Sadaam.
She also admitted to the school children: “I don’t know how I ever got a Nobel Peace Prize, because when I see children die the anger in me is just beyond belief.” I suppose many of us can relate; I too felt sickened upon seeing the sordid aftermath of a (thankfully) now defunct abortion center (Operation Rescue is long overdue for its Nobel Peace Prize).
But I can agree with Ms. Williams about one thing: I am also often puzzled as to the winners of the these Peace Prizes.