Desperate Cowboys Fans Find No Love with White House Petition Site

Oh, that White House peti­tion site jumped the shark already.  This only proves it, and des­per­ate Cow­boys fans have jumped the shark as well.

Dal­las Cow­boys fans, still sting­ing from a Thanks­giv­ing Day defeat at the hands of their arch-rivals, the Wash­ing­ton Red­skins, appealed to the White House for a solu­tion this week­end. But the Obama admin­is­tra­tion has already removed the online peti­tion from its “We the Peo­ple” page, cit­ing a “vio­la­tion or our Terms of Participation.”

We, the Cit­i­zens of the Great State of Texas, and Dal­las Cow­boys fans world­wide, have been oppressed by an over con­trol­ling, delu­sional, oppres­sive dic­ta­tor for way too long,” the peti­tion read.

Request the Exec­u­tive Branch’s imme­di­ate assis­tance in removal of owner and GM, Jerry Jones. His incom­pe­tence and ego have not only been an extreme dis­ap­point­ment for way too long, but more­over, it has caused extreme men­tal and emo­tional duress.”

Jones pur­chased the Cow­boys fran­chise in 1989 and made him­self the gen­eral man­ager. He has been the sub­ject of on-again, off-again con­tro­versy in Dal­las through­out the team’s annual roller-coaster ride through the foot­ball season.

The Cow­boys won Super bowls in 1992, 1993 and 1995, but haven’t advanced to the NFL’s cham­pi­onship game since.

The peti­tion col­lected more than 4,000 sig­na­tures, accord­ing to ESPN, before the White House sacked it Tues­day afternoon.

The rules of the web­site require that at least 25,000 sig­na­tures must be obtained before an “offi­cial response” from the White House will be issued.  What that details has never actu­ally been spelled out.

What the White House does with this infor­ma­tion has also never actu­ally been spelled out.  Com­ing soon to your email inbox, DNC fund rais­ing mail!?

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