Source for Help in Writing A Petition
Here you can create a petition, or sign a petition in all languages in the world. Writing a petition here is the most powerful way to let your voice be heard.
What Are The Possibilities On This Type Of Website?
Depending on which site you decide to visit, You can just pick a subject such as “the environment,” or, women’s rights, or “health care,” etc. There are several sights that sponsor thepetitionsite , such as Care2.com and Facebook.com, but you are usually asked to bookmark your particular petition on Facebook. This is just a couple that I know of. Whatever direction you decide to take, it is to everyone’s advantage to browse a given sight’s many written petitions covering just about any subject imaginable. You may even find a neighbor of yours’ as one of the authors. Some of the sights show the results from those petitions that have had the greatest impact on our legislative decisions or even petitions that have had an impact in other countries newly enacted laws. You can usually write as many petitions as you like, but of course they must follow certain guidelines spelled out by the site’s TOS[terms of service]. If nothing else, it will give you a practice in writing. The positive side is that one of your petitions may help to change an “unjust” law, of which there are a few. As I may have mentioned, petitions on most sites are seen and commented on throughout the world and all visitors are invited to sign the one’s that they are interested in. Some receive just a few signatures and a few receive many ten’s of thousands.
Some Examples Of What Petitions Have Accomplished
Given that there are many categories and even a greater number of sub-categories that can be selected from some of the sites mentioned, petitions comprise a broad scope of subjects, from the ridiculous to the “life altering.” The latter are obviously the one’s all of us want to see our government enact or change laws that will reverse their past negative affects on people.
I have copied and pasted some data on one of the sites, e.g., thepetionsite.com, showing some of the results from people’s efforts: This was copied a couple of days ago:
10,095,685 members 31,990,620 petition signatures 3,984,655 pounds of carbon offset
Whether some of the numbers are impressive or not, the facts of the matter is that those who become part of the effort have already accomplished results that could not have been done as a single or even a small group of individuals. There are some who believe very deeply in a cause such as the environment and write petitions to voice their feelings on a sub-category such as air pollution or particular endangered species of an animal or bird. Their petition could eventually help to sway a critical vote in congress to pass a law in their favor, if the short description they write draws a vast number of signatures from animal or bird enthusiast visitors. The great thing about most petition websites is that it will be sent to whomever you direct it to be sent to. You can even have it sent to the office of the President, well at least to those that will get it to his notice. You can even copy and paste it on one of the blogs located at: , which is the site set up for Obama to have inputs from U.S. citizens. This should make your day.