IAEA chief wins Nobel Peace Prize

Right on cue, here's something to drink to: IAEA chief Muhammad el-Baradei, the man who did his best to debunk the Bush administration's specious claims about Iraq's WMD programs, has won the Nobel Peace Prize. Everyone involved is making polite noises about how the award recognizes the importance of fighting nuclear proliferation. But let's not miss the opportunity to state the obvious: it's also a nice little black eye for the Bush administration. [LINK]


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