Of course, he was awarded a Nobel Prize for accomplishing exactly nothing.
Not to derail the thread, but you do
know the Nobel is often awarded to people whom the Committee seeks to inspire/support for their goals, not for their accomplishments? When MLK received the Nobel, he'd accomplished very little, compared to his subsequent achievements. Obama, unlike any other president, committed to unilateral nuclear arms reduction in a Cairo speech; the Nobel committee thought reducing nuclear arms was pretty freaking awesome, as far as peace goes. You're free to disagree with their choice, but it wasn't an unfounded or unusual decision for the Nobel committee.
I believe Obama's cut down on our nuclear surplus already; the U.S. still has several thousand of the glowy critters, but some have been dismantled. He's also signed a treaty with the Russians, which was urgently needed since the Russians can't afford to maintain their arsenal. Of the 90 suitcase nukes made by the USSR, Russia can only find 78! Isn't that a lovely thought? The half-life of tritium gas says we don't need to worry about the bombs as they existed in their current form, but still - yikes.
It's late at night, I'm half-drunk and really sleepy. Hope you all have a good night wherever you are! :)