It appears that citizens in nineteen states are furious with President Obama’s re-election and have decided to take action. People across 19 states have petitioned the Obama Administration for withdrawal from the United States of America to create its own government, according to Examiner.com.
It was no surprise that Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Kentucky, Alabama, North Carolina, Indiana, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia were among the states petitioning to secede from the nation. The remaining states are Oregon, Colorado, New Jersey, Florida, Montana, North Dakota, Michigan, Missouri, and (shockingly) New York.
Each of the petitions filed were citizen-generated and were submitted just days after the re-election of President Obama. The first state to file the petition the day after the election was Louisiana. It was filed by Michael E. of Slidell, Louisiana. Texas was the next state to file its petition by Micah H. of Arlington, Texas.
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Each state is allowed one month from the day the petition is submitted to obtain 25,000 signatures in order for the Obama Administration to consider the request.
The Texas petition reads as follows:
Peacefully grant the State of Texas to withdraw from the United States of America and create its own NEW government.
The US continues to suffer economic difficulties stemming from the federal government’s neglect to reform domestic and foreign spending. The citizens of the US suffer from blatant abuses of their rights such as the NDAA, the TSA, etc. Given that the state of Texas maintains a balanced budget and is the 15th largest economy in the world, it is practically feasible for Texas to withdraw from the union, and to do so would protect it’s citizens’ standard of living and re-secure their rights and liberties in accordance with the original ideas and beliefs of our founding fathers which are no longer being reflected by the federal government.
As of 10 pm, Sunday, signatures obtained by Louisiana, 11,604; Texas, 12,843; Florida, 3,489; Georgia, 3,913; Alabama, 3,493; North Carolina, 3,391; Kentucky, 2,738; Mississippi, 2,722; Indiana, 2,764; North Dakota, 2,154; Montana, 2,465; Colorado, 2,627; Oregon, 2,255; New Jersey, 2,119, New York, 2,437; South Carolina, 2,676; Michigan, 2,077; Tennessee, 2,092; Missouri, 2,722. Many more States are expected to follow.
A petition is not searchable at WhiteHouse.gov until 150 signatures have been obtained. It is the originator’s responsibility to obtain these signatures.
Do you believe these states’ petitions will be granted?