Skip to comments.Will Texas secede? Petition reaches 25,000 signatures, triggering White House review
Posted on 11/12/2012 3:13:58 PM PST by Nachum
With more than 28,600 signatures collected since Nov. 9, a White House website petition from an Arlington, Texas man has attracted enough support to trigger an automatic review by the Obama administration.
Petitions submitted through the Obama White Houses We the People program require a response from the administration after they have attracted 25,000 signatures.
The Daily Caller reported Monday morning that since the day after President Barack Obamas re-election, citizens from 20 states had submitted petitions asking for peaceful separations from the United States. (RELATED: White House website deluged with secession petitions from 20 states)
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ROFL...every state has its idiots. No...we will not. How silly.
We the People response: hahahahahahahahaha get real.
Will Texas secede?
The simple answer is.....NO....
The last Civil War was triggered by black slavery...
...the one coming by a black enslaver.
It’s kind of amazing however that they got that many signatures in such a short amount of time. The secession of Texas might be the only way to guarantee an environment for those who don’t want their children taught sodomy and how great King Obama is. Hopefully, they’d take a lot of other states with them.
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Would love to see it happen. Obummer’s legacy is already garbage. This would be the icing on the cake.
Common-sense says this goes nowhere. Deep down, my hope is that 10 months from now I’m just this side of the Texas border aiming toward DC.
White Hut review results: “No.”
White Hut retaliation: IRS audits of everyone who signed.
Call me crazy....
He is not king, so stop posting untruths.
Perhaps some bargaining leverage in the little known fact the joint resolution of congress admitting Texas into the union gives its citizens the right to split the original state into up to four additional states, subject to certain conditions.
“He is not king, so stop posting untruths. “
Well, if he is not King then perhaps you can show us some proof, news articles even, that someone has held him to the law. Go ahead. Show us that he is not a King that can rule with impunity.
Obama’s re-election, with the “takers” now overwhelming the “makers” signals that America has no future. The country has been in economic, cultural and moral decay for some time now, at an ever-quickening pace.
I’m not at all averse to the notion of secession.
Whistling past the graveyard, are we?
We are pretty evenly divided and each part has less in common with the other every day.
A lot of people correctly see what the left as doing as the end of the nation anyway.
This is the first election since Kennedy/Nixon where it is abundantly obvious fraud changed the outcome. Did I mention the two sides hate each other?
Obama won a narrow, fraudulent victory, yet he is acting like it is a rubber stamp not just for the unpopular things he has already done, but a mandate for a lot more of the same. He doesn't comprehend that he needs to be president to the half the country that hates him.
Finally, this was The Election. The most radical president with the most radical agenda in the nation's history just won reelection. For anyone paying attention, there is no going back. We are now a european-style socialist state in a financial situation similar to Greece with no one to bail us out. Obamacare will never be repealed and the debt will grow unchecked. The population has reached the tipping point and has a vested interest an unsustainable system.
There simply aren't any good options going forward, only an array of undesirables stretching from bad to catastrophic.
Would Chairman Obama be more appropriate? He does often remind me of Mao.
You and I live in different worlds. I have been in and around politics since 1972. I can’t even begin to tell you how wrong you are about so many things. I am not being rude. But truly, you are mistaken about so much.
I think you were pretty much spot on.
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