The Sun's candidate? Gen. David Petraeus.
The Sun says that Petraeus has "breasted an extraordinary amount of obloquy" -- hello, thesaurus.com! -- and that by honoring him, the Nobel committee could "underscore the point that however controversial our policies may be, the world recognizes -- and we haven't the slightest doubt that it does -- the risks that our GIs, and their generals, take for all of us."
The Sun seems to realize that the general is a long shot, but not because he's prosecuting a needless war that has left tens of thousands of people dead. No, the Sun says, the odds are long for Petraeus because unlike most recent Peace Prize recipients, he "doesn't seem to hate President Bush."