Skip to comments.White House petition drive We the People A modest proposal
Posted on 09/01/2011 10:46:14 PM PDT by airedale
President Obama has asked the people to prepare their own petition and if it gets more than 5000 signatures they'll consider it. I'd like to make a modest proposal that two petitions be created. The first that President Obama resign and the second one that he be impeached. I suppose the petition would require reasons for each of these and then the petitions would have to become widely known quickly before they took it down to silence "we the people." Of course creating and signing the petition could be dangerous. Look at what happened to Gibson recently for doing apparently exactly the same thing that another guitar maker does only Gibson gives to Republicans and the other maker supports the Democrats and Obama. Also remember Joe the Plumber and what the media did to silence him. The jack boots are waiting for the petitioners who dare speak up against Obama and his mission.
I ask for Obama to resign everyday.
Because of their aversion to hard work, they want us to write their Enemies List for them.
Yep - they always try to get "citizens" to do the worst of the dirty work for them. I imagine that proposals the average person would consider so inane that not a second's thought was deserved, will get the most "positive" attentin and consideration: "Institute a White tax - charge White people 25% of their income to pay reparations to Black folks, Indians, and Mexicans to pay for all the harm White people have done."
I wouldn't put it past them.
If we wanted to play by Obama’s Acorn rules, we would sign up Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Superman, Batman and Robin to the petition.
Impeachment would give the impression that he is a legal president, I go for arresting him on the grounds on fast and furious, Libya,amnesty, and card check. If one of “our elected officials” confirm their part in the cover up, all laws he signed will be null and void.
Force his hand to resign!!
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