White House Site Features Public Petition To Repeal ObamaCare

Failed President Obama’s White House web site features a list of petitions. Each petition requires 150 signatures to be made public, and the White House says a petition will receive an official response if it reaches 5,000 signatures within a month of being posted.

A patriot named “Mark D” from our own great state of Pennsylvania posted a petition to “Repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and pass a law that can really improve care and reduce the deficit” on September 22. It has reached the required 150 signatures to become public. It has been signed by 553 Americans as of this afternoon.

Repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and pass a law that can really improve care and reduce the deficit

This is a petition to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and prompt congress to pass (and the President to sign) a truly bipartisan health care reform law that can actually achieve the goals of improved healthcare, lower cost, and reduced deficits.

Again, if it gets to 5,000 signatures by October 22, it’s supposed to receive an official response.  Take off your bedroom slippers, put on your marching shoes and get on over there.  We’ve got to press on and get this done.  We’ve got to press on!