Nobel Peace Prize Winner’s Confusing Comment
July 12, 2007 Leave a comment
Betty Williams, the 1976 co-recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, recently spoke at something called “The International Women’s Peace Conference”. According to this story, Williams said the following,
‘Right now, I could kill George Bush’, she said at the Adam’s Mark Hotel and Conference Center in Dallas. ‘No, I don’t mean that. How could you nonviolently kill somebody? I would love to be able to do that’
This is not the first time the peace-loving Betty has publicly wished to end the President’s life. I wonder if she has gotten a visit from the Secret Service?
Another nugget from her speech,
The Muslim world right now is suffering beyond belief
This of course, is according to her, the President’s fault (not the result of a religious ideology and/or bad governments). Because we all know that President Bush was responsible for the troubles in the Middle East ever since they started (which we can trace back to Issac and Ishmael). So that would make President Bush the healthiest (never mind the only) 4000 year old man in history, obviously the woman is delusional.
I do wonder if Mrs. Williams were in Iran (for example) and publicly expressed her desire to end President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s life, how long it would take for Betty to get arrested? See Betty, maybe the USA isn’t such a bad place after all.
For more on a similar topic, read Michelle Malkin’s column