Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Obama moves the goal post again

So much for open government, transparency or anything else this president has promised or eluded to for the last five years. He is proceeding as he always intended to proceed and thus he intends to do as he damn well pleases and the rest of the country can kiss off. Meanwhile, the edia rubber stamps his every move and coos like stroked cats any tie he glances in their direction.

The bottom line, Americans don't need to humor these interloping anarchist in Washington with petitions of 100,000 or more, the American people need to start putting a hundred thousand people on Pennsylvania ave in front of the White House.

Barack Obama and his minions have no intention of honoring the desires of the American people or addressing their petitions. This regime is going to continue the systematic dismantling of this country, its laws and its heritage and unless the people stop it, it will all fall withing the next four years.

We have an imposter in the office of the president. We have an anti American sitting in the oval office. We have a man bent on the destruction of America occupying  "our house" and something needs to be done about it by "we the people." Before it is too late.

This president is pushing this nation toward economic collapse, chaos and anarchy, combined with his on desire to be the supreme  ruler in the aftermath of a bloody civil war that he is bringing about. It will take more than petitions to stop this man and the influence of those backing and supporting him in the shadows.

The American people will have to take to the streets and the founding fathers intended. The people don't need to write letters or sign petitions, they need to go to the white house in mass, bang on the gates and doors and tell this imposter that he is fired.

White House now requires ‘We the People’ petitions to have 100,000 signatures for official response

President Barack Obama’s deputies have quadrupled the number of signatures that petitioners on the administration’s “We the People” website must collect to get an official response from the White House, following a series of popular, provocative and disrespectful signature drives by his critics.
Some of the petitions sought approval for states to secede after Obama’s re-election, while others called on the White House to disavow executive orders that restrict gun rights, or to deport CNN’s British-born, progressive host Piers Morgan.
“Starting today, as we move into a second term, petitions must receive 100,000 signatures in 30 days in order to receive an official response from the Obama Administration,” said an early evening Jan. 15 statement from Macon Phillips, the White House’s digital strategy director.
“This new threshold applies only to petitions created from this point forward and is not retroactively applied to ones that already exist.”
Phillips claimed the increased threshold is a response to the increasing popularity of the site(RELATED: White House delivers official response to petition requesting construction of “Death Star”)
“That ‘good problem’ is only getting better, so we’re making another adjustment to ensure we’re able to continue to give the most popular ideas the time they deserve. … It’s wonderful to see so many people using We the People to add their voices to important policy debates here in Washington and bring attention to issues that might not get the attention they deserve.”
When the administration first established the petition system in September 2011, Obama’s aides promised that any petition with 5,000 signatures would receive a formal written response from White House officials. That threshold was raised to 25,000 for 2012.
The new 100,000-signature threshold follows a series of provocative, awkward or embarrassing petitions, some of which attracted enough signatures to meet the threshold set by Obama for getting a formal White House response.
Usage of the petition site has spiked since the election, partly because more than 600,000 people have signed various secession petitions. (RELATED: Secession petitions deluge White House website)

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