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The Growing Campaign to Revoke Obama's Nobel Peace Prize

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"This human has killed more after he got the prize."   Thomas P., Lewiston, CA

"He obtained the award on promises he didn't keep."   Ron B., Bend, OR

"President Obama's actions have shown that his words were meaningless. The Nobel Peace Prize means little if it's so easily given away."   Debra J., Pasadena, MD

"As an Obama voter I am deeply disappointed. It was bad judgment to give it to him in the first place."   Tim K., Long Prairie, MN

"Drones are offensive weapons, in every sense of the word."   Richard F., Portland, OR

"As much of an Obama supporter I am, perhaps stripping him of this award would get his attention, nothing else seems to be getting the message across that the American People have had enough of multiple   trillion dollar unnecessary wars."    Vern M., Albuquerque, NM

"Obama is a smiling war monger."   Jon M., Wellington, New Zealand

"Under Obama's leadership our assassination-by-drone foreign policy has increased dramatically, which makes him a war criminal."   Frank S., Bellingham, WA

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"As a constituent and two-time voter for Barack Obama, I am dismayed and frightened at the warmongering ways he has displayed as our leader. I urge the revocation of his undeserved Nobel prize."   Samuel P., Colton, CA

"What a good idea! Yes, he has the blood of many innocents on his hands."   Gene A., Athens, OH

"He should have never got it in the first place!"   David S., Everett, WA

"I voted for the president in both elections but I do not feel he ever deserved the Nobel Peace Prize! Please rescind it!"   Carol H., Michigan City, IN

"Please start with Henry Kissinger before Obama, whose hands are tied."   Bob S., Gibsons, BC, Canada

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"Giving him a Nobel Peace Prize is an affront to the deep heritage of true peacemakers who well deserved it. Obama has waged continuous war, torture and other violence since being President. Please revoke   it now."    Barry S.,  Macdoel, CA

"Bush gave us 2 unfunded wars. Will Obama add a few more? Stop wars, drones and killing with other people's children."   Burt S., Pompton Plains, NJ

"I voted for Obama -- twice. I am very sad to sign this petition, but I believe in my heart, what he has done with drones is totally wrong!"  Gloria H., Santa Rosa, CA

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Norman Solomon, national coordinator of the Bernie Delegates Network, is co-founder of the online activist group RootsAction.org. His books include "War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death." He is the executive director (more...)
 

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