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Re: White House petition for open access
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- Subject: Re: White House petition for open access
- From: "David Marjanovic" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 23 May 2012 16:57:15 +0200
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I don't understand why I didn't post this here when I signed it yesterday. (I
did post it elsewhere.)
> YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE AMERICAN TO SIGN THE PETITION.
Specifically, unlike most web forms, the form accepts "--" as the state you
live in. I combined that with my German zip code and my address, and it worked.
> P.S. to VRTPALEO members: note that I have referred throughout to "the
> president" rather than using the incendiary Ob*m* word, so PLEASE do
> not turn this in a conservative-vs.-liberal politics thread. This is
> not a partisan issue. The FRPAA has sponsors on both sides of the
...I'm... ...flabbergasted by this whole paragraph. I'll just leave it at that.