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Posted at 1:15 PM ET, 12/21/2009

Obama's Nobel Act: When cartoonists declare war

By Michael Cavna


With President Obama having returned from Europe in recent days, Comic Riffs digs out from the towering snowbanks of other stories -- from health-care reform to planet-care "reform" to Tiger Woods sports-idol reform -- to spotlight the Nobel Peace Prize.

Regardless of one's leanings as a political cartoonist, having a president pick up the Peace Prize amid the American troop increase in Afghanistan makes for one fat, juicy target.

So today, 'Riffs offers a quick gallery of cartoons on Obama as wartime Peace president, beginning with this ED STEIN cartoon.

Ready. Aim. Fodder!

BOB ENGLEHART (Hartford Courant):
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NATE BEELER (Washington Examiner):

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JIM DAY (Las Vegas Review Journal):

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By Michael Cavna  | December 21, 2009; 1:15 PM ET
Categories:  The Political Cartoon  | Tags:  Ed Stein, Jim Day, Nate Beeler, Nobel Peace Prize, President Barack Obama  
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Comments

I really and truly like the melting of the peace prize and forging bullets from it for Afghaniston. From one quagmire to another.

Posted by: maldelus | December 23, 2009 9:14 AM | Report abuse

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