Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 12th Mar 2010 23:18 UTC
In the News And thus, our true colours reveal. Since Obama was the young newcomer, technically savvy, many of us were hoping that he might support patent and/or copyright reform. In case our story earlier on this subject didn't already tip you off, this certainly will: Obama has sided squarely with the RIAA/MPAA lobby, and backs ACTA. No copyright and/or patent reform for you, American citizens!
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RE[2]: After the last dimwit...
by StychoKiller on Sat 13th Mar 2010 03:53 UTC in reply to "RE: After the last dimwit..."
StychoKiller
Member since:
2005-09-20

I see it just fine -- anyone supporting war, justified or no, should be even getting nominated for Nobel Peace Prizes, let alone winning them!

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pompous stranger Member since:
2006-05-28

I don't think there are too many Nobel Peace Prize winners that would agree there are no justifiable wars.

If that were a criteria, I think you'd have to remove 80% of the laureates. Certainly every American from Roosevelt to Carter, Nelson Mandela, nearly all the Israeli and Palestinian winners...

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darknexus Member since:
2008-07-15

You're missing the point. The irony is in the timing when he said that, he spoke of war while receiving the peace prise.
Does anyone know why he received it? What, exactly, has he done? Or did someone just pull out the race card?

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oelewapperke Member since:
2006-10-16

Given the list of assholes and mass murderers that won the nobel peace prize, I'd refuse it.

Hell, even Adolf Hitler is a nobel laureate. Glad to know that Obama does "it" better and won.

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