Discussion in 'Current Events' started by Baba gounj, Nov 22, 2008.
Almost 31,000 have signed so far.
Let us know again when it get's to 40 Million.
What, if anything, do you think will be accomplished by signing this?
You will probabbly get audited by the IRS next year! yes, I'm worried....
The sad thing is that this is even happening. He should have been required, per The Constitution, to provide concrete proof of his illegibility before being allowed to become a candidate. I signed it but I don't think it'll do any good. The American people (God help us!) blindly allowed this to happen. These are sad times in our country's history.
Seriously, you guys need therapy. Maybe you'all can schedule an appearance on "The Dr Phil Show", cause Rush is going to drive you to drink heavy-ly. BTW- he's not a real doctor, but than again, you don't feel Obama is our real President-Elect, so it's a match made in heaven. When should we schedule you, Jan 20 09'........
When I listened to Rush, I found their music to tended for more mind-enlightening drugs than mind-dulling alcohol.
15,000 plus in 15 hrs.
We've been smoking Lebanon,
We've burned the midnight oil
The fragrance of Afghanistan
Rewards a long day's toil......
Monday morning update.............58,000
That's actually not bad considering most of the general public hasn't even heard of this petition.
Nobody cares, except the inept.
So just why did you join in ?
Because the Other Side is worried.
73,636 & growing
At this rate we should get enuf sigs to bring this to a undeniable level of importance in about....8 years!
"What makes a natural born citizen any more qualified to lead this
country than one born by C-section?"
ah, the knowledge that our youth have is unbelievable, no wonder the O was elected.
WOW! MSNBC one of the first "major" news networks to touch upon this. I'm sure that behind the scenes those commies at MSNBC would love to get their hands on each and every person that signed the petition and make them political prisoners. They ran the story none the less.
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