Maybe I'm just in a bad mood, but this has to be one of the top 10 dumbest petitions ever written. It sounds like a child pieced it together from text grabbed off of RPF.
"Simply supporting the Constitution does not make you worthy of a watch list; it makes you a Patriot."
LOL. Is that really in a petition to a governor and attorney general?
"It is time for the Missouri government to hear our voices and rein in reckless bureaucrats before they single out Ron Paul and Campaign for Liberty members again. "
Why would the MO government care what people from across the country have to say? We don't vote there. Neither Ron Paul or C4L members were singled out either.
"I will not support politicians who label me and others like me who love freedom and liberty as "threats" to security and place me in the same category as hate groups."
Empty 'threat' against MO politicians from residents of other states. Corny cliche phrases like 'love freedom and liberty' sound good in conversation or in an email to friends, but in a petition to a governor and attorney general? Please.
"It is important that you recognize the gross injustice that has taken place and, on behalf of the state of Missouri, swiftly issue a formal apology to both Ron Paul and Campaign for Liberty members. "
Will an apology fix the problem? No.
"I strongly urge you to take hold of this situation and on behalf of the state of Missouri, issue a formal apology to the Campaign for Liberty and Ron Paul. "
Basically the same sentence as above, but worse because this one doesn't mention the C4L members-- just the organization and Ron Paul. Again, doesn't demand a fix to the problem of political profiling.
A badly written, ineffective petition in response to a 'gross injustice'. How pathetic is that? Please refund my $35.
P.S. Correct me if I'm wrong, but don't fusion centers receive resources and funds from the DHS and DOJ? Where is the action against these agencies? Where is the action against the Federal Government?
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