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White House petition to give Putin Nobel Peace Prize reaches over 2,000 signatures

Richard Thompson, Rare Staff | Posted on

Russian President Vladmir Putin is not typically recognized as an agent of peace, but try telling that to 2,536 petition-signing Americans.

Last Wednesday, a White House petition was created to take away the Nobel Peace Prize won by President Obama in 2009 and give it to Putin for his handling of the crisis in Syria. Though the petition is well short of its required 100,000 signatures (the number that must be reached before the White House has to look at the petition) with only 2,536, the petitioners still have until October 11 to reach their goal.

From the White House petition “Give to President Putin the Nobel Peace Prize Mr. Obama was given in 2009:

Where as Mr. Obama made a sincere commitment to starting a war with Syria, engaging our military in unwanted conflict, and doing so without the support of his people we resolve that Mr. Obama should deliver the Nobel Peace prize given to him in 2009 to a man of Peace, the President of Russia, Mr. Putin. Where as Mr. Putin enabled the United States to avoid an unwanted and unwarranted military action he has brought us to the “brink” of peace.

Russian President Vladmir Putin is not typically recognized as an agent of peace, but try telling that to 2,536 petition-signing Americans.

Last Wednesday, a White House petition was created to take away the Nobel Peace Prize won by President Obama in 2009 and give it to Putin for his handling of the crisis in Syria. Though the petition is well short of its required 100,000 signatures (the number that much be reached before the White House has to look at the petition) with only 2,536, the petitioners still have until October 11 to reach their goal.

From the White House petition “Give to President Putin the Nobel Peace Prize Mr. Obama was given in 2009:

- See more at: http://rare.us/story/white-house-petito/#sthash.UfkEoqJR.dpuf

Russian President Vladmir Putin is not typically recognized as an agent of peace, but try telling that to 2,536 petition-signing Americans.

Last Wednesday, a White House petition was created to take away the Nobel Peace Prize won by President Obama in 2009 and give it to Putin for his handling of the crisis in Syria. Though the petition is well short of its required 100,000 signatures (the number that much be reached before the White House has to look at the petition) with only 2,536, the petitioners still have until October 11 to reach their goal.

From the White House petition “Give to President Putin the Nobel Peace Prize Mr. Obama was given in 2009:

- See more at: http://rare.us/story/white-house-petito/#sthash.UfkEoqJR.dpuf

Russian President Vladmir Putin is not typically recognized as an agent of peace, but try telling that to 2,536 petition-signing Americans.

Last Wednesday, a White House petition was created to take away the Nobel Peace Prize won by President Obama in 2009 and give it to Putin for his handling of the crisis in Syria. Though the petition is well short of its required 100,000 signatures (the number that much be reached before the White House has to look at the petition) with only 2,536, the petitioners still have until October 11 to reach their goal.

From the White House petition “Give to President Putin the Nobel Peace Prize Mr. Obama was given in 2009:

- See more at: http://rare.us/story/white-house-petito/#sthash.UfkEoqJR.dpuf

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