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74,000 People Want Obama to Deport Justin Bieber…

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Tired of hearing about Justin Bieber’s antics?  Why don’t you just petition Obama to deport him?

There’s a petition on the White House’s “We The People” website concerning this very subject.  It is eloquently titled “Deport Justin Bieber and revoke his green card.”  The petition currently has around 74,000 signatures and needs to hit 100,000 signatures to get an official response from the White House.

The petition gives this explanation:

“We the people of the United States feel that we are being wrongly represented in the world of pop culture.  We would like to see the dangerous, reckless, destructive, and drug abusing, Justin Bieber deported and his green card revoked.  He is not only threatening the safety of our people but he is also a terrible influence on our nations youth.  We the people would like to remove Justin Bieber from our society.”

The “We The People” website allows the public to have their voice heard in government.  For example, read this official White House response to a petition for the construction of a Death Star.

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Comments (12)
  1. Anonymous

    That # seems low.


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  2. Henry Chatfield

    +1


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    1. racel

      yes


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      1. Anonymous

        You enjoy ‘removing’ people from society? Does it make you feel important?

        Why not?


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  3. Anonymous

    Most important news this week!

    It finally proves that you can make 74,000 nutcases sign anything.

    Sheds new light on the SOPA ‘protests’, huh? :)


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      1. hippydog

        THAT link was bloody interesting! thanks for posting it.


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    1. Faza (TCM)

      Familiarity breeds contempt…

      I find that the best way to retain faith in your fellow man (if you’ve still got any) is to not ask too many questions of the general populace – especially on the internet.

      That said, I always understood that being “dangerous, reckless, destructive, and drug abusing” was a virtue – rather than a vice – in the world of popular culture.


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      1. Anonymous

        “I always understood that being “dangerous, reckless, destructive, and drug abusing” was a virtue – rather than a vice – in the world of popular culture”

        And not only that — new culture should be dangerous, reckless and destructive.

        A year ago, Miley Cyrus meant nothing to me. Then Sinead O’Connor came along. And a joint.

        I wouldn’t say I’m a fan now. But I could be. She does have a beautiful voice and she may even have something to say. It was just impossible to hear when she was a mouse.


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        1. GGG

          Miley is dangerous, reckless, and destructive? hahaha, gimme a break. Isn’t pop your world, and you don’t see how contrived even this is? I’m not on the anti-Miley side, mainly because I just don’t care, but when in the last 50 years has there not been someone in music dancing provocatively, smoking pot or being far more destructive off stage than Miley will ever have the balls to be. She has not done one thing new or remotely dangerous.


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  4. hippydog

    Nope!
    Sorry!
    Canada has a policy of No Returns Or Exchanges once opened..

    Warranty was only good for 90 days, which has obviously expired..

    You break it, you bought it..

    Thank you..

    Canadians…
    va chier

    “aller chier vous, mon ami”
    LOL


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  5. Becky Bishop

    About a court appointed baby sitter for the next five years?


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