End The Westboro Baptist Church Terrorist Organization
  • Petitioned The President of the United States of America

This petition was delivered to:

The President of the United States of America

End The Westboro Baptist Church Terrorist Organization

    1. Nick Ballard
    2. Petition by

      Nick Ballard

      Kansas City, MO

Kansas City, Missouri 64118
February 14, 2012

Attn: President Barack Obama
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW; Washington, DC 20500.

Dear Mr. President,

My name is Nicholas Ballard, from Kansas City, Missouri. I am writing to inform you of an opinion on behalf of the majority of the people of these United States, and to inform you of the importance that law must be upheld and followed. I [we] ask you to do everything in your power to ensure that the NDAA signed into law December 31, 2011 is upheld lawfully. Specifically, Title X, Subtitle D, entitled "Counter-Terrorism." In particular, sub-sections 1021 and 1022, which deal with detention of persons the government suspects of involvement in terrorism.

I work with and am acquaintance of the majority of Kansas City, Missouri and also these United State, as you will see with the attached petition. Myself, including, but not limited to the people who have signed said petition believe without doubt that all members and affiliates of the Westboro Baptist Church located at 3701 South West 12th Street in Topeka, KS 66604 are terrorists.

The aforementioned act and sections states that Congress affirms the presidential authority for indefinite detention of aforementioned suspected terrorists. I [we the people] urge you to act on this immediately as it is the consensus of the majority that the Westboro Baptist Church is a terrorist organization as you will find undeniable evidence in the enclosed pictures and videos.

I believe that this would be a very wise political move and crucial to your re-election as the majority of these United States request your assistance in the indefinite detention of aforementioned terrorist group suspescts. 

Thank you Mr. President for your public service.


Nicholas Ballard

Recent signatures


    1. Reached 100 signatures
    2. 200,000 Signatures Are Needed For The President To Consider

      Nick Ballard
      Petition Organizer

      Please sign this petition and end the terrorist organization of the Westboro Baptist Church, otherwise known as the WBC in Topeka, Kansas. 200,000 Signatures are needed for President Barack Obama to consider this petition. If we get the majority of registered voters to sign this petition - Westboro Baptist Church is no more, and action MUST be taken from a legal standpoint.


    Reasons for signing

    • David Bunn GAINESVILLE, GA
      • almost 2 years ago

      The westboro baptist church is an evil terrorist organization. Please stop them from spreading hate.

    • Sam Hawke MALVERN, PA
      • almost 2 years ago

      I am a supporter of gay rights and the U.S. millitary.

    • Lea Smith DALLAS, TX
      • almost 2 years ago

      These people claim they are a religion but they are not. They are making Christians look bad, and what's worse, they support our enemies who wish to destroy the USA because they believe that is what God wants. They need to be stopped. I have seen two other petitions asking to stop the WBC that have been completely signed, and yet, no action was taken. Action must be taken.

    • Sarah Miller CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA
      • almost 2 years ago

      This level of hatred should not be tolerated in America. This is taking the 1st Amendment too far and needs complete limitation.

    • mike D PALM COAST, FL
      • almost 2 years ago

      Freedom of speech is important, but human life is more so. If this "organization" continues to exist and be recognized as a church, people will most definately be harmed, either the foolish members themselves or, God forbid, innocent people due to the hateful messages of this group. They are NOT a church, and shouldn't be labeled one!


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