National Review‘s Jay Nordlinger wins the Internet for today with this great question:
Idle question: If the Norwegian Nobel Committee gives John Kerry the peace prize for the Iran deal, and Iran goes nuclear, will he throw away his Nobel medal?
Jay goes on to note that Henry Kissinger did indeed try to return his Nobel Peace Prize from 1973 after North Vietnam shredded the peace accord, but that the Nobel Committee said it is non-returnable. You win it, you keep it. Some customer service. Maybe Kerry could sell it on eBay.
Of course, given what Kerry actually did in that famous medal-throwing episode way back in 1970, he’ll probably just borrow Kissinger’s Nobel medal and throw that one away instead.