Friday | October 11, 2002
Carter wins Nobel Peace Prize
Anyone that criticizes Bush's grudge war is accused of being anti-American, or anti-Freedom, or an appeaser. So, what will Republicans say now that Jimmy Carter has won the Nobel Peace Prize?
Former President Carter won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for his
Posted October 11, 2002 07:23 AM | Comments (1)
"untiring effort" to find peaceful solutions to international conflicts and to advance democracy and human rights.
The Nobel committee contrasted Carter's success in finding Middle East peace between Egypt and Israel through diplomacy with the current situation in which President Bush is threatening to use force against Iraq.
"It should be interpreted as a criticism of the line that the current administration has taken,'' Gunnar Berge, chairman of the Nobel committee, said. "It's a kick in the leg to all that follow the same line as the United States."