Well, it doesn't look like my petition on the White House petition site is going to gain any traction.
Perhaps that's why the Democrats say they do not view the non-religious as a constituency. The act of signing a petition which simply asks the administration to acknowledge our existence and our freedoms as guaranteed in the Constitution is apparently too much.
Yes, I am disappointed. The petition will drop dead on January 10 if it doesn't get twenty-five thousand signatures. It needs one hundred fifty to become visible on the Website. I have spread it as far as I can on my own.
Apparently there are only forty-six people out of three hundred million that care about this issue. No wonder no politician will address our issues.
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I'm the 71st person
I don't know if there's enough time but I'll throw my hat in, so to speak.
I do think this is the same as asking the political leaders to remember the oath they took.
The petition has expired. It did not reach the required twenty-five thousand signatures. (It got to seventy-two.) It no longer appears on the Website.
Thanks to those here who did sign it though. We tried.-James.