A site admin at ATS has assured me that as long as we don't link to the petitions themselves, we can discuss the signatures obtained all we want.
SO DO NOT LINK TO ANY PETITIONS, AS THIS IS AGAINST ATS T&C.
Over 100,000 signatures have been obtained in online petitions for Congress to investigate Obama's BC and eligibility. The statement seems to be true
from my own searches on the subject.
Arpaio's latest news
reinforces the need for Congress to do this, as Arpaio's posse
has concluded that the BC posted on the WH site is fraudulent, and could not have been issued by the Hawaii Dept. Health, for many reasons.
To put 100,000 signatures in perspective, relative to other petitions delivered to Congress, the largest known petition ever delivered to Congress was
also recent, from 2009, and also deals with Obama- namely the petition which collected 1.3 million signatures opposing the government takeover of
health care. It was some 61,000 pages long.
But it really begs the question that if 1.3 million signed against this, then how many really felt the same way, just never got their name on there
for any multitude of reasons? Does 1.3 million actually represent more like 100+ million? I mean would that be unreasonable considering other polls
which suggest that at a minimum the country was pretty well split on the healthcare issue? And if we are talking split, then that implies more like
180 million each way.
And along those same lines of thought then perhaps does 100,000 really represent more like 1+ million? I mean you guys see what I am saying? I don't
know, but perhaps with the latest news from the posse, interest in these petitions will increase.
But you know the worst thing of all? That even with over 1.3 million signatures, it did not stop Congress from passing Obamacare. So I guess to expect
that Congress would ever even glance at a measily 100,000 signature petition calling for their investigation of the Obama BC issue, would be looking
for false hope. It really means nothing to them, so why should anyone bother. But that attitude is self defeatist. And should never be the attitude of
those that want something done about this.
A lot of American people are sending their message loud and clear to Congress about this issue, whether Congress does anything about it or not.
If a posse with a conspiracy against them at the highest levels to stop and impede everything they are doing, can uncover what they have, then what
could a Congressional investigation do with proper jurisdiction and subpoena power?
Since Obama has "nothing to hide," the prospect shouldn't bother him one bit. In fact, he should gladly cooperate, gleefully, ready and willing to
provide whatever Congress needs to establish that the BC posted on the WH site was authentic, and that he is indeed a natural born citizen. I mean
like, that's no problem, right Obama? In fact, you are so willing and ready for this investigation, you might just initiate it yourself to get this
Yeah, fat chance.
But I thought the people have the right to petition the government, with the expectation that they will do something about it?
Yeah, fat chance.
This is not your grandfather's America. Not no mo.
edit on Thu Jul 19th 2012 by TrueAmerican because: (no reason given)