Petition Calls for Removing Bill Clinton's Name from EPA Headquarters

Same treatment as Bill Cosby is receiving, no?

A petition has been generated at the White House's official webpage to pull Bill Clinton's name from the Environmental Protection Agency's headquarters in Washington, D.C.

The goal of 100,000 signatures by February has almost been met.

Here is the petition in its entirety from the "We the People" section of the website that implores citizens to petition its government:

WE PETITION THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION TO:
REMOVE BILL CLINTON'S NAME FROM THE EPA OFFICE BUILDING IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Bill Clinton and Bill Cosby both are accused of sexual misconduct towards women. Neither has been convicted yet. But Bill Cosby is being shunned publicly and his name removed from buildings and other forms of public recognition. The same treatment should be given to Bill Clinton in light of numerous women who have come forward and talked about what happened to them.

There is no legitimate basis upon which to treat Bill Clinton better than Bill Cosby.

In 2013, the EPA headquarters building was named after Clinton, and now is called the WILLIAM JEFFERSON CLINTON FEDERAL BUILDING.

This should be the year in which Bill Clinton's name is removed from the EPA headquarters building.

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