I don't know where Flipper heard this 1,000 signatures thing, but it is not accurate
".. it needs 383 more to make the 1,000 needed to get submitted I believe to get a commission looking into this in the U.S."
Change.org has no power to require anyone to look at it. That's We The People.
Great idea by the way, this thing clearly has movement behind it..
But there are some things to be aware of. We the People site has a 100,000 target.
In order to receive a response, a petition must hit 100,000 signatures within 30 days — a number that was raised from 30,000 in January of 2013. Under the new 60-day deadline, the process "is going to look a little different," writes chief digital officer Jason Goldman. Based on the statement, that involves a new panel of people who will coordinate responses.
And in a somewhat bigger change, massive petition site Change.org is now integrating with We the People, which means that signatures collected there can count towards the 100,000 total.
To cross the first threshold and be searchable within WhiteHouse.gov, a petition must reach 150 signatures within 30 days.
To cross the second threshold and require a response, a petition must reach 100,000 signatures within 30 days.
Change.org petitions have no power in themselves, they are just a platform.
If you want help to put together a well-worded (as in legally well worded, for example I personally would leave out the "mentally diseased and apostate lies stuff", this is going to the government and they don't have a clue what you're talking about.)..
I'd recommend contacting AAWA and get a We the People petition arranged.
Or at least get advice from them on how to get a petition you write media attention.
Just trying to help, I'm not having a go here.. Best of luck with your good idea ;)