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How Many Oregonians Want to Secede?Michael Munk Salem-News.com
The originator of the petition, a “Kristopher W.” of Tillamook, says he needs 25,000 signers by Dec. 10 to submit it to the president.
(PORTLAND, OR) - At last count, almost 9,500 people have signed the petition to “peacefully secede” from the US, although many of them are not Oregon residents and contain only their first names and initials.
The originator of the petition, a “Kristopher W.” of Tillamook, says he needs 25,000 signers by Dec. 10 to submit it to the president. Read the names at petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/allow-oregon-vote-and-leave-union-peacefully-and-remain-ally-nation/X3kWX8kF
we petition the obama administration to:
Allow Oregon to vote on and leave the Union peacefully and remain an ally to the Nation.
With the Federal Govenrment increasing it's size much larger than our Founding Father's intended, and it's abuse of power trumping over the rights of State constitutions, and the forcing of unconstitutional laws over it's own citizens, the people of Oregon would like the chance to vote on leaving the Union immediately. The Federal Government has imposed policies on Oregon that are not in Oregon's best intrests, and we as citizens would respectively and peacably seperate ourselves from a tyranical Government who cares nothing about creating a sustainable future for our children. At any time that the citizens of Oregon felt the Federal Government was no longer imposing on the Constitution we could re-vote to again join the Union under a new agreement.
Created: Nov 10, 2012
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