Divided States of America?
20 States Petition for Secession Following President Obama Re-election
In what may be the most ridiculous out pouring of
salti-ness blatantly disrespectful opposition to President Obama’s re-election victory over GOP candidate Mitt Romeny that occurred less than a week ago, officials in 20 states (to date) have begun petitioning for separation from the United States.
via News One
Some people are really having a difficult time facing the reality of a Black president; so difficult in fact, citizens from 20 states — and counting — have filed petitions at We The People on WhiteHouse.gov to be granted permission to leave the union.
The states include: Louisiana, Texas, Kentucky, Michigan, Colorado, New Jersey, Montana, Missouri, North Dakota, Indiana, Tennessee, Mississippi, South Carolina, North Carolina, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, New York, Arkansas and Oregon.
According to the terms of participation for “We The People,” as of October 3, 2011, petitions that meet the listed criteria become searchable on WhiteHouse.gov once — and if — they reach 150 signatures within 30 days. If that is accomplished, for President Obama to actively consider a petition, it must reach 25,000 signatures within the remainder of the same 30 day period.
The White House reserves the right to change the time limit and number of signatures required.
While there are several of the president’s policies that one could object too, at heart he is a moderate Democrat — no more, no less. Couple that with the fact that no other president since Lincoln has spawned calls of secession, it’s clear that the perceived “otherness” of President Obama is the reason for this sudden need to leave the United States simply because the person in the White House is [insert code word for Black here].
Folks, this is OUTRAGEOUS. If you live in the any of the states listed above and are not in favor of seceding, a counter-petition or some other form of public action from opposing citizens may be in order.
For more information on requirements necessary to complete a secession and other details, click here to read the full News One article.
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