20 US States File Petitions To Secede

20 US states file petitions to secede (The News, Nov 12, 2012):

WASHINGTON: At least 20 US states have filed petitions to secede following the re-election of Barack Obama.

Following the re-election, several petitions surfaced requesting the Obama administration to peacefully grant the applied state to withdraw from the United States of America in order to create their own government.

Louisiana was the first state to file a petition followed by Texas.

States with secession-related petitions on the White House website now include Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina and Tennessee.

2 thoughts on “20 US States File Petitions To Secede

  1. There are right wing fanatics who are determined to tear this country apart. This last nightmare of an election reminded me of the Lincoln re-election of 1864. The Republicans, who call themselves the Party of Lincoln, were too afraid to run Lincoln again, so he ran his second term and won on the Unionist ticket. Lincoln was deeply hated, and evidently, so is Obama.
    We fought this war at the cost of over 600 thousand lives from 1861-1864. We don’t need to do it again, do we? This is total madness.
    Because we refused to go back to a time that never existed under Romney, they want to secede. God save us from the mindless.
    Thanks for the article……last night, the number was 14 states.

  2. “States with secession-related petitions on the White House website now include Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oregon, South Carolina and Tennessee.”
    This is your quote.
    Obama won Florida, Michigan, New Jersey, New York and Oregon……don’t the people in these states have any say?

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