Edward Snowden nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

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STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN – What do President Barack Obama, Wikileaker Bradley Manning, and homeless NSA thief Eddie ‘the Snowman’ Snowden have in common?

Each of these wild and crazy guys has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, with POTUS the only one to win the gold medal.

Now, word out of Sweden is that Swedish professor Stefan Svallfors nominated Snowden for this year’s prize.

The professor is a member of the Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences, a bona fide smarty-pants.

Professor smarty-pants not only praised Snowden for his courage, but he also thinks Snowden could save the reputation the peace prize lost when Obama got it in 2009.

Meanwhile, journalist Glen Greenwald says Uncle Sam better get on his knees and suck up to Snowden.

Greenwald claims Snowden has enough info to harm the U.S. government in a single minute than any other person ever has.

That may be the case, but right now, the man who has Uncle Sam by the ‘you know whats’ can’t even hitch a ride out of the Moscow airport.


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