- Sep 30, 2011
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The White House may disable user accounts and remove petitions created or signed by user accounts that it has reasonable belief do not satisfy the above rules. The White House may also block access from IP addresses that it has reasonable belief are using automated systems or bulk processes to create multiple user accounts or petition signatures.
I've been monitoring the petitions since day one and those marijuana ones in particular have gotten thousands in merely hours, this is in clear violation of the rules of participation. People can sign those all they want and submit to many liberal news organizations they want, they ain't getting read because the White House knows those signatures aren't legitimate. Also, this:
During the petition creation process, the system will identify potentially similar petitions for the petition creator and encourage the petition creator to sign an existing petition rather than create a new one. Creating duplicate petitions in the system decreases the likelihood that a petition will receive a response from the White House. While the White House will not combine similar petitions, one response may be applied to multiple petitions on the same topic.
There are over three similar petitions involving solely on marijuana legalization, they ain't getting read.
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