• Petitioned Change.org

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To NOT accept petitions from conservative groups.

    1. Red Tanager
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      Red Tanager

      Louisville, KY

Because progressives build the future while conservatives cling to the worst aspect of the past. Promoting conservative social ideology only inhibits social progress. And progressive clients will leave Change.org in droves (and rightfully so).

To:
Change.org, The world's platform for change
To NOT accept petitions from conservative groups.

Because progressives build the future while conservatives cling to the worst aspect of the past. Promoting conservative social ideology only inhibits social progress. And progressive clients will leave Change.org in droves (and rightfully so).

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • JC Fisher CARMICHAEL, CA
      • almost 2 years ago

      What does "Change" mean, if not progressive change? [Godwin's Law disclaimer] Yeah, Hitler brought a lot of "Change" too, but...

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    • m b EL PASO, TX
      • almost 2 years ago

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    • Helen Ryder DUBLIN, IRELAND
      • almost 2 years ago

      Too many times newscasters etc try to present 'both sides of the argument'. Sometimes there is really only one side. To promote 'conservative' items such as anti-choice, anti-women and anti-gay slogans goes against everything this site was supposed to be about.

      And to do it without consulting those who supported your original premise? Seriously, not good.

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    • smith mike NEW ORLEANS, LA
      • almost 2 years ago

      Change.org has promoted itself as a progressive forum and tool. Now it is bending to the almighty dollar and pimping itself out to hate based organizations...

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