Skip to comments.STAND WITH JOE: PLEASE SIGN PETITION for Sheriff Joe Arpaio (FReep to beat ACLU petition)
Posted on 12/29/2011 10:40:46 AM PST by montag813
URGENT: PLEASE SIGN THE PETITION AT THIS LINK to show you Stand With Sheriff Joe Arpaio, and AGAINST the political witchhunt of Obama's Department of Justice. This Administration and its open-borders allies La Raza, MALDEF and the ACLU, will stop at nothing to try and destroy the most prominent national symbol in the fight against illegal immigration. Sheriff Joe will not back down. Please sign the petition to show we stand behind him.
[UPDATE: The ACLU already has a petition calling for Arpaio's resignation with 16,911 signatures, and rising fast as LA RAZA and The People for the American Way have sent our emails this morning to sign the petition. The PRO-JOE petition is only just ahead of it at 17,000. PLEASE SIGN NOW so we can stay ahead of the open-borders leftists by Dec 31. Let's try to get to 25,000 signatures or more by the end of today!]
Sheriff Joe is a Patriot
Done, thanks for the heads up. Please lets keep this going.
DID! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
Did you happen to read the comments at your linked story? Virtually every comment takes aim at illegals and/or Øbomba.
Not exactly what they were hoping for...;-)
Do you know if your signature and/or comment have shown on the wall there yet?
Maybe this is something that the “Stand with Joe” people need to be aware of. Perhaps somebody is hacking their system. Which would be a piece of cake for the Department of Injustice coordinating with the Department of Homeland Insecurity - the people who are out to get Joe, to keep his posse from exposing Obama as a fraud in February. Their willingness to break laws for their agenda is seen clearly in the Fast & Furious debacle, and their eagerness to control the internet is seen in the Stop Online Piracy Act.
Anybody else have the same thing? I’ve still not received an e-mail but then my e-mail is being monitored by somebody (probably DHS) and I sometimes don’t get e-mails that others in my family get even though they were sent to all of us at the same time. So who knows who might be monkeying with my communications or anybody else’s. That’s the level of lawlessness and insecurity we’ve got in the country right now.
Did you guys get e-mails to your e-mail address to verify that the address is correct? The fine print says that your signature and/or comment won’t show on the wall or count in any of the totals or stuff to be sent to anybody if the e-mail isn’t verified. Montag said he signed it several weeks ago and his e-mail still hasn’t been verified. I signed today and haven’t received any e-mail yet. What about you guys?
“........I have spent many hours just going through deleting them, and unsubscribing, but after a few days, they build back up again....”
I finally gave up the old add’y entirely. “Unsubscribe” means nothing. They don’t unsubscribe, and just keep on sending, as well they sell/share? your add’y with others, and then more, and more unsolicited junk email hits, and all as legitimate so SPAM filters miss them.
I had to give up that email add’y, but I haven’t made the mistakes with the current one. I don’t subscribe to anything political anymore period. The few things I do subscribe to have a six year track record of not sharing my email add’y.
I find it uneccessary to subscribe to any of those sites I used to as the information is always days later than what I read at Free Republic anyway.
Did you signature show on the wall?
My experience with sites that claim they have to verify an e-mail address is that they send an e-mail to that address containing a link. If somebody clicks on that link they know there’s a real person rather than just a spammed address. Normally the e-mail to verify an address is sent out within minutes if not seconds.
Does the La Raza site require e-mails to be verified, or will they allow people to sign up 50 different non-existent e-mails in order to get their numbers up?
I’ve not received a verifying e-mail yet and my signature is not showing on the wall. If DOJ and DHS mess with most of the signers so they don’t get their e-mails verified they can make it seem like Joe doesn’t have much support while the La Raza petition gets faked, spammed “signatures”. Sounds exactly like the way these lawless creeps operate.
What I know is my signature is not showing. How about yours or anybody else’s?
17510 at my signing...go Joe!
DONE.......and passed along through my email to 14 others
Let’s get this one done for Joe
Done, and thank you.
That’s what it’s been for the last hour at least.
Did any of you guys get an e-mail asking you to click on an enclosed link to verify that the e-mail address was real? The petititon says that your signature isn’t included unless the e-mail address is verified. I signed this well over an hour ago and my signature hasn’t appeared nor have I received an e-mail.
However, I was able to go to the change.org petition that Fox News Latino reported about in a link from an earlier comment here and was able to sign that petition as Experiment #1 (from my daughter’s computer using a valid e-mail address) and Experiment #2 (from my computer using a totally fictitious e-mail address), although I can’t see whether or not my name was added to it because they don’t show all the signatures.
So I’ve been able to sign the anti-Arpaio petition twice and the pro-Arpaio petition zero times.
I think we’ve got a big hoax going on here. Leave it to the anti-rule-of-law people to count fakes in a supposed “vote” to get rid of Arpaio while possibly hacking the pro-Arpaio site so “votes” in his support can’t count.
I’m still testing to try to find out the parameters of the anti-Arpaio site; they make it difficult because they don’t show all the votes they add in to their total (sound familiar?)
But we’ve had a number of people on this thread say they signed it and yet the total has not gone up since then. I need to know whether that is because the verifying e-mails are not being sent out.
Please respond to tell me whether you received an e-mail to verify that the address you gave was real, and whether your signature shows on the wall.
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