Monday, October 12, 2009


Let's listen in on her remarks...

The Nobel Peace Prize Winner 2010
I am both surprised and deeply humbled by the decision of my mother in excercising her right to choose, yet still allowing me my life. Oh, and thanks for this Noble thingy too.

Let me be clear, I do not view the right to life as a recognition of my own accomplishments. I mean, c'mon! I've been in the womb the last nine months and haven't accomplished a whole lot! Rather, I view my birth as an affirmation of the God-given sanctity of life and the aspirations held by my parents.

To be honest, I do not feel that I deserve to be in the company of so many of the transformative babies in this nursery who've been honored by this prize of life. See little Bobby over there in the third crib from the window? He can already projectile vomit all the way to Suzie's place. I haven't done anything yet. Besides, I certainly don't want to disrupt or hurt my mother's career in her selfish pursuit of wealth.

And I know that throughout history that life has not just been used to honor specific achievement; it's also been used as a means to give momentum to a set of causes.

And that is why I will accept this award of life as a call to action, a call for all people to confront the abomination that is abortion, and to fight for the weakest and most defenseless among us.
Newborn Baby

The Nobel Peace Prize winner 1979
...I feel the greatest destroyer of peace today is abortion, because it is a direct war, a direct killing - direct murder by the mother herself. And we read in the Scripture, for God says very clearly: Even if a mother could forget her child - I will not forget you - I have carved you in the palm of my hand. We are carved in the palm of His hand, so close to Him that unborn child has been carved in the hand of God. And that is what strikes me most, the beginning of that sentence, that even if a mother could forget something impossible - but even if she could forget - I will not forget you. And today the greatest means - the greatest destroyer of peace is abortion.
Mother Teresa

The Nobel Peace Prize Winner 2009
“… whether you’re looking at it from a theological perspective or a scientific perspective, answering that question with specificity … is above my pay grade.”
Barack Hussein Obama (Mmm mmm mmm)


  1. How dare you put a commoner like Mother Theresa in the same blog as the Obamessiah. She would not be happy with your desecration of him like this.

    Sorry, gotta go now, have a riot to go to. The followers of Obamism are going to go out and riot in the streets at this portrayal of him. We don't want to but we have to prove how peaceful we are.

  2. What's next for BO accolades... Eagle Scout? Honorary Doctorate in Physics? Medal of Honor? Knighthood? God Emperor?

  3. Thank you for such a powerful post. Abortion and homosexuality will be the death of America as we know it. When I think of all the babies that have been destroyed since 1973, I shudder.

    Thanks to all the moms out there who had their babies. Any born after 1973 are survivors. As has been said, "The most dangerous place today is in the womb."

  4. The 2009 Ig Nobel Prize for Peace:

    Stephan Bolliger, Steffen Ross, Lars Oesterhelweg, Michael Thali and Beat Kneubuehl of the University of Bern, Switzerland, for determining whether it is better to be smashed over the head with a full bottle of beer or with an empty bottle.

    How was Obama overlooked?

  5. Chuck- My bad. I will get in line with the obamasiah's plan to spread Mother Teresa's "wealth" around.

    cube- I think he already won those, Mmm mmm mmm.

    Linda- Abortion is our national shame. God bless all the mothers.

    RK- LOL! I kinda think he should have been considered in the feces of giant pandas experiment :)

    WHT- A joke for sure, yet our president hasn't figured out that he is the butt.

  6. lol. Love the mmmm mmmm mmmm.