So President Barack Obama said he was surprised that he won the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize, making him the only person on earth who was surprised that he won the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize.

I'd like to say that I'm really happy for him…. but isn't that the point? Being happy for him?

Wasn't that what the Olympics were about? Rooting for him?

Wasn't that what the last election was about? Electing him?

It's never about us, or the U.S. Because if it was, no committee would have ever given him that prize.

The fact is, you only win if a certain transaction is made — that is, a weakening of America in exchange for worldly acceptance by madmen, maniacs and mass murderers.

But that's not all: The prize is not meant to award achievement, but to insult folks the committee hates, meaning those who refuse to share their assumptions about a deeply flawed, i.e. evil America.

If you remember, Jimmy Carter's prize was meant to humiliate President Bush for the Iraq War build-up. Then in 2007, they handed the putrid prop to Al Gore, another slap at Bush for beating him, and also a jab at America for not lapping up global warming crap.

Obama's prize is no different. It's not just another slap at Bush (well, it is), but a prop to beat back the dissent Obama's progressive agenda has caused here.

The Nobel committee wants him to succeed, for they're smitten with this "citizen of the world," a man who puts the globe before his country.

Forget human rights activism, this is how you win an award.

It won't help us, but it'll look great on his mantle. Next to the Grammy.

And if you disagree with me, then you sir are a racist.

Greg Gutfeld hosts "Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld" weekdays at 3 a.m. ET. Send your comments to: redeye@foxnews.com