Post-Election, Angry Citizens Seek Secession

In the week since the general election, multiple online petitions have appeared asking the Obama Administration to allow certain states to secede from the union.  The petitions seek independence for Utah, South Dakota, West Virginia, Nebraska, Pennsylvania, Alaska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Wyoming, Nevada and New York. There are two separate petitions for Ohio. Utah’s petition, created on November 11, states,

“We the people of the great state of Utah, do see that in today’s world the Federal Government has not led our citizens justly and with honor. We therefore as free men and women of our great state do believe that it is time to take matter [sic] upon ourselves to ensure our continued freedom, and to enact our own laws and here buy govern ourselves without the federal government’s involvement in our internal matters from this day forward.”

In response, someone created a petition asking the Obama Administration to strip the citizenship from, and peacefully deport each American citizen who signed a petition for any state to secede from the USA.

  2 comments for “Post-Election, Angry Citizens Seek Secession

  1. You all are a bunch of idiots y’all hate to see a black man with power over the country y’all reside in. If y’all don’t like it take ya ass to South America we could careless and ain’t going to miss none of you. Mitt was gone do a worse Jon than Bush so suck it up. Team Obama!!!

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