I’m not sure if it’s the same for you as it was for me. But I went to create a White House petition account and the way the account creation window is set up meant that the enter button was below the desktop and there is no obvious way to scroll down. So I am prevented from signing this wonderful petition on Disclosure, which Craig brings to our attention.
Subject: White House Petition
The White House petition site is up and running. The following link initially needs 150 signatures before it can be put onto the main Petition board for all to sign. It involves disclosure. Perhaps you would like to run an article commenting on this so people can sign up and sign this petition and get it on the main board. http://wh.gov/gkB
The Obama administration now has launched its petitions platform. May I encourage readers to create petitions dealing with UFO/ET Disclosure, the introduction of NESARA, and other issues close to your heart?
Petition the White House with We the People
Posted by Katelyn Sabochik on September 22, 2011 at 10:25 AM EDT
Today, we launched We the People on WhiteHouse.gov– a new platform that gives all Americans a way to create and sign petitions on a range of issues affecting our nation. And if a petition gathers enough online signatures, it will be reviewed by policy experts and you’ll receive an official response.
We put together a short video to walk you through We the People. Check it out:
Throughout our history, Americans have used petitions as a way to join together around issues they care about. We the People brings that uniquely American tradition into the 21st century.
Here’s how it works:
- Create or Sign a Petition: Anyone 13 or older can create a WhiteHouse.gov account and create or sign a petition on WhiteHouse.gov asking the Obama Administration to take action on a range issues.
- Build Support and Gather Signatures for your Petition: It’s up to you to build support for a petition. Use email, Facebook, Twitter and word of mouth to tell your friends, family and coworkers about the petitions you care about.
- The White House Reviews and Responds: If a petition reaches a certain threshold (initially 5,000 signatures within 30 days), it will be reviewed by policy officials in the Administration and an official response will be issued.