It’s obvious that Brett Kimberlin wants to be a player, but he never quite makes the cut. Six years ago he was trying to get involved in the anti-fracking and anti-Keystone-XL movements. This post about #BrettKimberlin’s Petition Clout ran six years ago today.
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Brett Kimberlin’s “charity,” Justice Through Music Project has had a petition up for more than a month at Change dot org asking President Obama to stop construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.
He’s trying to get 100,000 signatures. As of 3 pm ET on 26 May, 2013, he has only 99,828 to go.
Given the current rate of progress, he should have his 100,000 signatures by the middle of 2061. Perhaps that explains why he didn’t post the petition at the White House site. According to the White House,
[t]o cross the first threshold and be searchable within WhiteHouse.gov, a petition must reach 150 signatures within 30 days.
To cross the second threshold and require a response, a petition must reach 100,000 signatures within 30 days.
He probably didn’t even make the first cut.
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Whenever he tries to take his place at the table, The
Dread Deadbeat Petitioner Kimberlin always forgets to bring his booster seat.