Isn't It About Time We Give Obama Another Award?

Jen Kuznicki
By Jen Kuznicki | June 18, 2014 | 9:35 AM EDT

Let's see now, according to my scorecard, President Obama got a Nobel Peace Prize for a speech he gave in Cairo in the year 2009, when he reminded us, "As the Holy Koran tells us, 'Be conscious of God and speak always the truth.' That is what I will try to do - to speak the truth as best I can, humbled by the task before us, and firm in my belief that the interests we share as human beings are far more powerful than the forces that drive us apart."

He has since killed Osama Bin Laden, launched over 20,000 airstrikes, developed a kill list, bragged that he is, "really good at killing people," started drone wars throughout the Middle East, and is now talking about airstrikes in Iraq.  You know, people wondered at the time if the award was given too early.

Now that the military is out of Iraq, and we are pulling out of Afghanistan, Obama released five of the worst terrorists we held at Guantanamo, four of which are expected to continue where they left off.  His immigration policy released 68,000 illegals with criminal records back into the United States general population, and we have thousands of child refugees from Central America just walking across the border and becoming victimized by sex traffickers and disease and filth.  It's no wonder Steven Spielberg gave Obama the "Ambassador for Humanity" award in May.

Millions of Americans have lost their health insurance coverage after Obama repeatedly assured the nation, "If you like your plan, you can keep it."  The IRS under Obama never heard of backing up computers I guess, and just mysteriously lost Lois Lerner's emails prior to 2011.  The press is not allowed to take photos of the President, because he has his own team of photographers, and word just came down from on high that lawmakers aren't allowed to photograph the refugee crisis at our southern border.  Bowe Bergdahl walked away from his camp and went looking for the Taliban, and somehow, Obama cannot acknowledge that.  The EPA is issuing edict after edict without Congressional approval, and Obama's department of justice is quite the opposite.  That's why he was given the transparency award in 2011, behind closed doors of course.

So I think it's time to give him another award, maybe this time something he can honestly be eligible for and can't cause us disappointment for giving after the fact.

Perhaps the "International Perfidy Award" would get the proper amount of buzz, and it sounds nice while at the same time, he can't really disappoint.

What about the "Historic Neutralization of a World Power" award?  That'll turn heads and it makes him sound like a conqueror, ready for the history books.

I can't think of more, because my sarcasm only goes so far.  The truth is, this man should be impeached and driven far, far away from United States politics for tons of reasons, most importantly, because he is not following the laws of his own nation.

America has been greatly damaged by the policies of this President, and though I have faith that the American people will be able to turn his policies on their heads and turn the ship around, he has made it very hard to do so.  People are out of work, the price of gas and food are rising, we aren't able to plan our lives because the rules keep changing and the bureaucracy is getting bigger.  In the end, liberalism or more accurately named, progressivism, is one big waste of time, lives, treasure, and education.  And somehow, while we work our way through these eight years, angry about the mess this man is causing, Americans are still strong enough and optimistic enough to see a future in which we use our God-given talents to make things right someday.

And all the awards in the world mean nothing to a strong United States of America.