Postby CadavaGuy » Sat Jan 21, 2012 6:55 am

Please sign the petition and PLEASE feel free to share this. ‎

1-Go to http://www.whitehouse.gov
2-Scroll down to where it says "We the people" and click where it says "Get started now"
3-Click where it says "Open Petitions"
4-Find the one that says "Overturn the Python Ban" and click on it
5-Create an account to sign the petition
6-Check your email to confirm by clicking the link they sent you.
7-Click on "Sign this Petition"

It was a 1820 when I signed.
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Postby Cody_St_Cyr » Sun Jan 22, 2012 3:45 am

Awesome! Signing right now
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Postby lX V1P3R Xl » Sun Jan 22, 2012 6:53 am

I signed yesterday, if I remember right I was 1864.
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Postby MoJo77 » Sun Jan 22, 2012 8:03 am

Just signed as # 2,172
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Postby Pollard89 » Sun Jan 22, 2012 5:37 pm

Stupid question, can I help by signing this even though I'm in the UK, it's something I completely disagree with and would like to help if I can?
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Postby CadavaGuy » Sun Jan 22, 2012 11:36 pm

Pollard here's a zip for you. 32905
Why not
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Postby austinz24 » Wed Aug 08, 2012 2:22 am

Would love to sign too if I was south of the border.. We have some bans up here too that i'm looking into as well. If I can help lift ANY bans on BP then i'm in!!!!.
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Postby jcoylesr76 » Wed Aug 08, 2012 3:03 am

i already signed up a while ago. unless this is something very newer than 30 days or so?
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Postby myztic24 » Wed Aug 08, 2012 3:50 am

i signed it
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Postby BWyant » Wed Aug 08, 2012 9:29 pm

Couldn't find the correct petition. The original post of this message looks to be from back in January, so perhaps the deadline has already passed?
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Postby DarkSide » Tue Feb 05, 2013 10:46 pm

Barbara Clark is trying to destroy our ability to keep reptiles in New York. So... I sent her this message:

Dear, Ms. Clark.

I can understand some of the misconceptions about reptile and amphibians that people who don't care for them might have. I can't help but understand. They're different. There is a stigma attached to them because of so many things related to religion, parental misguidance out of fear of the unknown, etc.

There are even some not-so-brilliant people out there that don't know how to care for these animals, and they can do some pretty stupid things to bring the down side of owning these animals to light.

Then, there are those of us who love and care for these animals like they're part of the family. People that do know how to care for them properly don't get any recognition because they don't do anything to make themselves noticed. These people would be terrible hurt by a bill like this. Pet shop owners and breeders would be forced out of their
livelihoods. This could seriously damage the economy even more than it already is. Education about these beautiful creatures will suffer greatly. What, then, will we do when they are all gone?

The majority of the animals affected by this bill pose less danger to people than dogs, cats, Guinea pigs, etc. We hear more about dog bites than snake bites.

I'm begging you. As someone that loves these animals, has grown up with these animals, and has never had an escape, a bite, or even a hint of a life threatening situation, I'm begging you. Please don't pass this bill. Just think of about the fact that you're removing people's freedom. You'll be taking away another piece of what this country is all about. Freedom. To the responsible people, and this is the vast, silent majority, you'll be breaking hearts. For those people, it would be like you're taking away a piece of their heart, and a part of their family.

Think about this. Think hard, and please don't pass Bill A2869.

Sincerily,


Robert A. Smith
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