If not conscience, simple logic dictates it. As a wholehearted supporter of Obama, who was elated when he was give the Nobel Peace Prize, thereafter increasingly became disillusioned with the result of his disastrous foreign policies, an apology for supporting him is the least that can be done.

With the ongoing ethnic cleansing in Burma, and the lack of clear condemnation of it by Aung San Suu Kyi, the de facto leader of Burma - who at one time I also wholeheartedly supported – there is a call for revocation of her Nobel Peace Prize.

I believe Nobel committee has to reevaluate its bylaws; there are instances when the conduct of a recipient mandates immediate revocation of the prize.

I also believe because of his disastrous foreign policy, Obama’s Peace Prize needs to be revoked along with Suu Kyi’s.

Three examples:

Obama in exchange for his faulty legacy nuke deal with the Islamist fascists, turned his back on Iranian people [video ↓ Obama, Obama, you are either with us or with them (Islamists)] and allowed the warmongers to run amok with their expansionist wars, precipitating the rise of the rival Islamists, ISIS, which in turn, caused at lead half million deaths and millions Europe bound refugees.

His appeasement [flexibility video ↓] policy also emboldened Tsar Putin in his land grabs and expansionism. His China policy resulted in that countries accelerated expansionism.  

Airtight sanctions, a la against the despicable South Africa apartheid, works. U.S. lawmakers get to it.