The best White House petitions that probably won’t make it to the White House

A dinosaur park, White history month, Macho Man Randy Savage Day and more

Topics: Nicolas Cage, White House, petitions, white history month, Dinosaurs, Declaration of Independence, rice university, randy savage, R. Kelly,

The White House is tired of responding to petitions, and it’s no surprise why. After raising the bar on what merits a response, the White House still had to entertain the notion of building a Death Star (which was summarily rejected). That hasn’t discouraged these people from trying to get their important issues heard, though, and that’s the beautiful thing about democracy. Here are some of the best (worst) petitions to the White House from the month of March:

The petition to release the Declaration of Independence to Nic Cage

Convert at least one (1) National Park into Jurassic Park

Honor the memory of Randy Savage

 

Demolish a building at Rice University



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Prachi Gupta

Prachi Gupta is an Assistant News Editor for Salon, focusing on pop culture. Follow her on Twitter at @prachigu or email her at pgupta@salon.com.

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