Deport Justin Bieber back to Canada, White House petition says

It looks like another major political hot potato has just landed on President Barack Obama's desk: what to do about Justin Bieber.

That's because a petition on the White House website about the controversy-prone Canadian pop star has just crossed the crucial threshold of 100,000 signatures.

Once it reaches that total, the White House is compelled to offer a reply.

The petition topic is: "Deport Justin Bieber back to Canada and revoke his green card.''

It was posted last week after Bieber's arrest in Miami following a drag-racing incident, which came on the heels of a police raid on his house where one of Bieber's friends was arrested for cocaine possession.

The number of signatures zoomed to more than 101,000 early today.

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  1. Pierrefonds Guy posted on 01/29/2014 11:00 AM
    he broke the law in the states, he was caught in the states, keep him there! We don't want him back!
  2. Mac posted on 01/29/2014 11:03 AM
    Why don't we circulate a petition and get 200,000 signatures to leave him there?
  3. Terry posted on 01/29/2014 07:40 PM
    We have enough celebritie, wanna be celebrities, athletes and politicians who think they are above the law and break laws as if they did not exist. Take him back>>> Please!!!!!!
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