Proving once and for all that the Nobel Peace Prize is nothing more than a leftist love-fest, and an oxymoronic waste of time, Betty Williams, a "laureate," told children in Brisbane Australia that she would love to kill George Bush.
"I have a very hard time with this word 'non-violence', because I don't believe that I am non-violent," said Ms Williams, 64.
"Right now, I would love to kill George Bush." Her young audience at the Brisbane City Hall clapped and cheered.
Williams echoed my thoughts when she said, "I don't know how I ever got a Nobel Peace Prize, because when I see children die the anger in me is just beyond belief." Inexplicably she added, "It's our duty as human beings, whatever age we are, to become the protectors of human life." How she reconciles the killing of President Bush and being a protector of human life—not to mention telling childred about her sick fantasy—is something best left to the twisted minds of Nobel laureates.