Well even if you had 100,000 unique signatures from every state, it is still a very small percent of the total population. I don't see any of these
states actually trying to leave. I just see this as a symbolic 'we're madder than hell and we're not going to take it anymore' kinda thing.
The fact is that not very many people have signed the petitions.
100 thousand signatures total for all states is not enough.
50 states and that's the best you can come up with ?
let's just say for fun ... a mere 10,000 state residents signed their own state petitions and no others.
just those signers alone account for 500,000 legitimate signatures + the other 90,000 already on record for TX ... man, you is funny ...
... thanks for the chuckle !
let me guess, u r a product of the American education system, i feel for ya buddy me, too. saying that, i took algebra twice in high school, and
twice in college, bottom line im no good at it, i finally passed with an B on the forth time around, and i had a girl in class help me get there. but
even then i can see your statement is full of fuzzy math, and dellusion. please prove my statement wrong, and my lack of math skills poor, as they
always have been.
Let's assume that ALL of the petitioners reside in the state and only signed one petition one time in that state and no others. Maybe a few hundred
tortured souls felt compelled to sign all the petitions in all the states and can be "thrown out" of the tally. The last number quoted for total
signatures across all 50 states was over 675,000.
No one really believes there will be any secession (except maybe Texas) - but my interest is in the final tally.
Whatever the total comes to will send a message - depending on what that total number results will determine how strong a message is sent.
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