The call for Justin Bieber's deportation isn't on the White House's list of priorities.

Its refusing to comment on the issue, which was brought up earlier this year when almost 275-thousand citizens signed a petition on's "We The People" asking to revoke the Canadian pop star's green card.


The White House has released its official statement starting with the sentence, "Sorry to disappoint, but we won't be commenting on this one."  It cites the petition's terms of participation, and its right to decline comment "to avoid the appearance of improper influence."

 Instead of addressing Bieber's specifics, the White House took the opportunity to plug the President's plan for immigration reform.  The statement points to reforms that could potentially shrink the nation's deficits by one-trillion dollars -- adding that the amount adds up to "12-point-five billion concert tickets or 100 billion copies of Mr. Bieber's debut album."