The new one calls for people who signed the first petition to be deported. Both have tens of thousands of signatures.
When Barack Obama was elected president in 2008, the White House started accepting petitions and promised a response to any that get more than 25,000 signatures.
A petition by Randy Dye of Pittsboro created last week that has a simple request: "Peacefully grant the State of North Carolina to withdraw from the United States and create its own NEW government."
That recently topped 29,000 signatures, and Dye is awaiting a response.
"This will go absolutely nowhere," Dye told Charlotte-based WBTV. "I'm a realist on that. It's more of an ideology that we're sending all our money to Washington and letting them decide what they're going to do with our money."
But not everyone agrees.
The counter petition, which takes aim at Dye's petition and similar ones from around the country, asks for the following: "Deport everyone that signed a petition to withdraw their state from the United States Of America."
More than 22,000 apparently prefer that option.