Enforcement Group To Announce National Agenda Against Amnesty in California


By: ALIPAC

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) will announce a new national strategy called “Unify Against Amnesty 2009″ during several events scheduled in California February 19-21.

“We expect a new push for Comprehensive Immigration Reform Amnesty from the White House within a few months,” said William Gheen of ALIPAC. “For the super majority of Americans opposed to these Amnesty measures to prevail, it will require a new level of unity and activism on a historic and unprecedented scale.”

ALIPAC is one of America’s largest nonpartisan and multi-ethnic organizations lobbying for the enforcement of America’s existing immigration laws and more border security. While ALIPAC is pro-immigrant and supportive of legal immigration, we are credited for playing a central role in the defeat of multiple amnesty attempts in 2006 and 2007.

ALIPAC will release the new messages and strategies for “Unify Against Amnesty 2009″ in California, where ALIPAC’s largest support base lives.

“With the new math in the US Senate, defeating the next Amnesty attempt will take a new level of cooperation among different ethnic groups in America, talk radio, bloggers, pro-immigration enforcement organizations, and groups that rally for Constitutional freedoms such as free speech and 2nd Amendment rights.” said William Gheen.

ALIPAC hopes to unify groups and American citizens that oppose Amnesty, oppose the announced plans of Amnesty and illegal alien supporters to try to regulate free speech on the web and talk radio, oppose unfair trade agreements, oppose government privacy invasion, oppose excessive taxation, and oppose the current amount of unprecedented influence of American politicians by foreign governments and Global banks and businesses.

ALIPAC will be calling on groups and American activists that feel the US Government is currently failing to adequately enforce laws and principles regarding immigration enforcement, free speech and other Constitutional rights, food, drug, and product safety regulations, privacy rights, taxpayer rights, financial industry regulations, and American Civil Rights at the behest of Global industries and foreign governments to unify for true change in 2009.

Three meetings will be held at locations in Santa Maria (Feb. 19), Santa Barbara (Feb. 20), and Garden Grove (Feb. 21), California. Other groups participating in the events that are not necessarily endorsing ALIPAC’s new initiative yet are Minuteman Civil Defense Corp (MCDC), Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS), Latino Americans for Immigration Reform (LAIR), California Coalition for Immigration Reform (CCIR), San Diego Minutemen (SDMM), Save Our State (SOS), Congressional Candidate Tony Dolz, Ted Hilton of Taxpayer Revolution, and Civil Rights leader and advocate for the homeless, Ted Hayes.

William Gheen will also be appearing on several prominent talk radio shows broadcast from California during this effort.

For more information about ALIPAC’s “Unify Against Amnesty 2009″ campaign launch events in California, RSVP details, and event time and locations visit the homepage of www.alipac.us

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