The White House petition to deport CNN’s Piers Morgan gained enough signatures today to elicit a response from the White House.

From the petition:

Deport British Citizen Piers Morgan for Attacking 2nd Amendment

British Citizen and CNN television host Piers Morgan is engaged in a hostile attack against the U.S. Constitution by targeting the Second Amendment. We demand that Mr. Morgan be deported immediately for his effort to undermine the Bill of Rights and for exploiting his position as a national network television host to stage attacks against the rights of American citizens.

It’s up to the White House now.
Keep your fingers crossed.




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  1. Send him somewhere he’ll be more at home….like Iran or North Korea!!!

  2. Send him someplace where he’ll be more at ease….like Iran or North Korea!!!

  3. Good. Britain could use another metrosexual pussy.

  4. Bon voyage, limey.

  5. see blog for update on Piers Morgan and deportation

  6. I bet they don’t do anything. …remember… were talking about democrats here
    and anti-americanism is rampant at their core… which means they hate the constitution, and the 1st/2nd amendments, etc. ….so why would they deport someone who agree’s with all of their views and sides with all anti-USA interests …when they agree with all of that?

  7. Chill out folks. You can’t deport someone if they have not committed a crime and no matter how much one may object to what Morgan said, he has not committed a crime.

  8. Since I do not watch CNN nor this twit, I have no idea who the advertisers are. Perhaps those who signed the petition could also send emails, letters, make phone calls to them. Lady Mondegreen is correct. He has done nothing to warrant deportation except be a putz and there’s no crime in that. If there were, we would have to build more prisons just to house all the progs.

  9. Silly to try to deport him for saying what he thinks. I expect his kind of opinion from CNN, however. It is for this reason that I rarely watch it.

  10. ++

    testing 321..


  11. Take didn’t take long, this signature part that is.

    My guess is that we may get to see Obama’s college records before there is any noticeable action on this petition.

  12. ++

    okay, my posts not going trough,
    i obviously offended someone.. :roll:


  13. ++

    #16 December 23, 2012 at 8:29 pm bg

    oh wait, it’s that stupid GP link with a bad word in it..

    British subject Obama has been attacking the Constitution since 2001
    at the very least, and the Kenyan citizen, up to a certain age, is not only
    still here, but still in the White House.. and please all you prog-dem-libs
    out there, don’t even think about telling me he got there on his own or
    i’m a racist, because you’d only be attesting to being the fool you are..

    Breaking Free from the Constitution

    Barack Hussein Obama
    January 18, 2001

    [Mr. Obama’s comments take a turn from discussing the historical record.
    Unprovoked he laments that the Supreme Court “could not break free
    from the essential constraints placed by the Founding Fathers in the
    Constitution.” He further describes the Constitution as “a charter of
    negative liberties.” This is at odds with the preamble to the Constitution
    and the Bill of Rights.

    and he still is..


  14. We have the NRA’s Wayne LaPierre interview posted here…

  15. Not a fan, really, of Jesse Ventura…but he got Piers to admit he made some good arguments..after all but one in audience agreed with JV.

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