And that's when the government realized that it's altogether too easy to sign online petitions 1.usa.gov/TDJT4i—
Ben Dalton (@wbend) November 14, 2012
Texas seems to have won the race to “secede” from the United States following President Obama’s reelection, with the state’s online petition surpassing the 25,000-signature threshold some time yesterday. At last count, 23 petitions asking for states to peacefully secede have popped up on the White House’s “We the People” website, but the story doesn’t end there.
A new counter-petition is asking the Obama administration to “deport everyone that signed a petition to withdraw their state from the United States of America.” Take that, sore losers and America haters!
To all of the states petitioning to secede..what can I do to help? I wish to deport you all to North Korea so you learn how good you have it—
Richie Greene (@GreeneRockets) November 14, 2012
People in the US are so goddang DRAMATIC!!!! Yall dont wanna be part of the US because Obama president? Coo! Deport them hoes to Iran then!—
♌Me, Myself, & Ty♌ (@HeadTurnr_KaCi) November 14, 2012
Some moronic citizens of my country have petitioned to secede from our great nation. I say deport all the fucks who are signing them.—
RZKsSnowBunny (@KruspeMich) November 14, 2012
I hope the 84,000 people who signed the petition to secede Texas would just self-deport themselves to somewhere else… like another country—
(@MBoudwin) November 14, 2012
There must be some post-election irony in wanting to exile those in the U.S. who want to “succeed.”
Hey, here’s an idea.
So they want to deport the citizens who sign petitions to secede? Can we come back illegally and have free health care & no taxes?—
Christy Walsh (@1CrunchyLadyBug) November 14, 2012