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Obama Named Time Magazine Person of The Year

Obama Named Time Magazine Person of The Year

The president beat out the Clintons, Apple's CEO and undocumented Americans for the title, which he also won in 2008

By Sam Schulz and An Phung | Wednesday, Dec 19, 2012
Updated 5:19 AM PST

Time magazine's Person of the Year is President Barack Obama.

Obama was picked for the title by besting a Pakistani teen activist blogger who survived an assassination attempt (Malala Yousafzai), the head of the world's most valuable company (Apple CEO Tim Cook), another country's president (Egypt's Mohammed Morsi) and the potent combination of a past U.S. president and possible future one (the Clintons).

Time's managing editor Rick Stengel announced the editors' selection on the "Today" show Wednesday and explained what earned Obama the nod.

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This is ridiculous

It's easy to be "person of the year" when you are the President of the United States, it is not easy to do what Malala did considering her place in this world.

Adolf Hitler Was Man of The Year In 1933...

Time has no credibility whatsoever...It is more like "Monster" of the Year!

'Time mag is a rag'.. I don't know anyone these days that subscribes to it...

Congressman Ron Paul should have been man of the year from 2007 - 2012..