Given the debacle that has been the current administration’s handling of the chemical weapons situation in Syria, many are questioning President Obama’s acceptance of the Nobel Peace Prize.

But students on the University of Southern California (USC) campus say otherwise, but have a hard time explaining their reasoning.

When asked what the difference was between President Obama and President Bush invading the Middle East, that student’s answer was simple:

“Bush, I just didn’t like him,” she said. “I just don’t.”

Other students explained that some of his initiatives — such as his economic policies and Obamacare — made Americans happy and so led to world peace.

One student said he thought Obama had strengthened diplomatic ties “with countries” but could not explain what he meant.

“Just good-natured intentions,” he said.