Tea Parties Ready To Harness Immigration Backlash This Week
With only four days remaining until Congressman Luis Guitierez files his Comprehensive Amnesty legislation, Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) is moving into position to harness the dramatic public backlash by positioning the group on social media sites and preparing Tea Parties Against Amnesty to be held across America on November 14!
“We know that the honest polling data shows over three to one opposition to the Gutierrez Obama Comprehensive Amnesty path to citizenship legislation,” says William Gheen of ALIPAC. “ALIPAC stands ready to organize and channel the backlash wave of anger that is coming into peaceful civic action designed to remove many lawmakers who do not serve the wishes or interests of their constituents in 2010!”
ALIPAC recently became the most supported organization in the nation on either side of the immigration debates on Twitter, Facebook, and Myspace. The group has even surpassed organizations with multi-million dollar budgets such as the National Council of La Raza.
“ALIPAC is dominating the pro-Amnesty groups in the social media just as we have on the web for years because truth be known we have much more support from the American public than they do!” said William Gheen.
Americans for Legal Immigration is also setting up “Tea Parties Against Amnesty” across the nation on November 14 to capture the backlash against the Gutierrez Obama Amnesty Bill.
The Tea Party Against Amnesty effort is being organized at www.AgainstAmnesty.com
This new website has fourteen events setup and seven hundred supporters after less than two weeks of operation. A huge wave of new supporters are expected, once Gutierrez Obama files his Amnesty bill.
“Make my day punk!” said Gheen. “Guitierez and his fellow traitors in Washington know they are running out of time on this Amnesty legislation and since 78% of Americans oppose what they are trying to do and many consider it Treason.”
The Tea Parties Against Amnesty on November 14 are only a warm up to collect support from the initial backlash and in preparation for a larger number of events being planned for the Spring of 2009, when the Amnesty battle will be full swing, if Gutierrez follows through with his threat to file a bill by October 30.
Reporters and activists can find more information or sign up as organizers and supporters at www.AgainstAmnesty.com