When the White House announced “We the People,” an online system for petitioning the government, they no doubt hoped it would become a high-minded way for citizens to interact with their political leaders.http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2011 ... ss&emc=rss
And so, now that the system is live, how’s that working?
More than 77,000 people have signed petitions urging the Obama administration to legalize marijuana.
“Isn’t it time to legalize and regulate marijuana in a manner similar to alcohol?” asks the top petition on the White House Web site. “If not, please explain why you feel that the continued criminalization of cannabis will achieve the results in the future that it has never achieved in the past?”
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You're going to hell with fire and brimstone if you don't get on board with the plan.“After seven years of an Administration that has stretched our military to the breaking point, ignored deplorable conditions at some VA hospitals, and neglected the planning and preparation necessary to care for our returning heroes, America’s veterans deserve a President who will fight for them not just when it’s easy or convenient, but every hour of every day for the next four years.”
-Barack Obama, November 12, 2007