Right, only it isn’t Obama who authored the bill, it’s not costing anything near 1000 per “average customer” (CBO states 175 per household*). As for the entire India thing… well, if the US misses out on producing energy-saving equipments, other countries won’t. Actually, that’s one of the things Obama’s platform stressed - that the US should take the lead in this sector (which is becoming more popular in the US and EU). If it doesn’t, well, other countries will. Now, I am no less appalled by child slavery and sexual abuse, but it has nothing to do with it - it’s simple market logic.
Now, as per “Judge not or you will be judged” - I can honestly say that from what I have seen so far, you yourself are the most judgemental person on these boards. Whether you pride yourself on it or do not notice it, what you posted applies just as much for you as for anyone else.
You could, of course, read why Obama was given the Nobel Prize. I disagree with the committee’s assessment, but that is their choice to make. You make and fund a committee, then give your prize to whoever you want.
*: Depending on the household income; see http://energycommerce.house.gov/Press111/20090626/hr2454cbo20090626.pdf