You're welcome. But I DID ask - because I couldn't find the petition when I did the multiple searches at the sites I posted. In particular, I noted that I searched moveon.org and nothing came up.
As to signing the petition - uh, no. But then I didn't sign any of these petitions either:
(And thanks again for teeing up another one....)
Sebe-once again your pivoting.. the petitions below have nothing to do with the petition in question? The point is-you stated no one cared and the left was blowing smoke. Well it seems to me that the only person blowing smoke is...Stay on topic.
Over the past few weeks you have put your mouth on the pope, and stood up for people even when they were wrong. You don't have to agree but you don't have to support people in their wrong doing.
Stop drinking that tea.
I am not pivoting and I am ON TOPIC. The topic is PETITIONS, and I am saying that I didn't sign the obviously partisan (and inane) "Impeach Obama" petitions, just as I won't sign the obviously partisan (and equally inane) petition against Hudgens which alleges something he obviously didn't mean.
You're still teeing them up - and as they used to say on that Ernest and Julio Gallo commercial:
"We thank you for your support."
Petitions are not the topic! The blog was about how you continue to downplay the fact that the GOP is unfavorable and lack ethics...You challenged me by stating no one was taking the issues serious and you stated there was no petition. I will allow you have the last word on this..it seems that you can not rest unless you have the last word even if it's not valid.
That's what YOU say. I read "sign the petition" and in the blog you previously posted, you said there was a "petition." I couldn't find any reference to a petition when I did my initial searches, so I asked where the petition(s) was/were. (You could have helped by initially posting a link to the petition if you really wanted anybody to sign it. I suggest you think about that next time.)
But since you mentioned a petition, I chose to comment on petitions. Thank you very much.
When one puts their thoughts out here in the ether, one can comment on what they want to comment on. So I'll comment on what I want to comment on. If you don't want anybody commenting on petitions, then don't talk about petitions.
why is it Republican obstruction?
when the DEMs did it the same people called it holding there ground. what's the difference?
I've never seen one get any results. The "impeach Obama" ones I linked to above have hundreds of thousands of signatures, but "so what?" I guess it's a way for people to blow off steam (rather than blowing away somebody).