Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Spite House (1600 Penn Ave D.C.) Shuts Down "We The People" Petition Site, Rest of Operational

The President can't hear you right now because he's busy sticking his fingers into his ears. 

And Don't forget to remember that, . . . 1, . . 2, . . . 3, . . . All Together now; 

"It's All The Tea Party's Fault" (because he's already driven his "Because Bush" credits into almost as deep a hole as he's driven our National Debt)

White House Shuts Down "We The People" Petition Site, Rest of Operational

I feel so at a disadvantage now…
With 74 percent of White House staff furloughed, decisions had to be made about where to save money.
Apparently, the only part of that needed to be cut was the “We the People” petition page, which allowed Americans to create petitions and voice their opinions to the White House.
The feature’s landing page reads “due to Congress’s failure to pass legislation to fund the government, ‘We the People’ has been temporarily disabled.”
This means that Americans have not been able to create or sign petitions for “We the People” throughout the entire government shutdown debate.
The promise when the feature was unveiled was that if a petition received 100,000 signatures or more, it would garner a response from the Obama administration.

Thank You Wash Examiner and Zip. 

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