ALIPAC Predicted Fall of Corzine Over Illegal Immigration Issue


By: ALIPAC

Political projections made by ALIPAC in early 2009 that New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine would be kicked out of office have been proven true adding another accurate call to predictions regarding John McCain, Hillary Clinton, and Eliot Spitzer due to their unpopular stances on illegal immigration.

“There are thousands of things that affect the outcome of campaigns,” said William Gheen of ALIPAC. “It is rare that one factor has so much strength that it heavily affects the outcome. It appears that being wrong about illegal immigration weighs heavily on the outcome as would criminal charges, sex scandals and severe health issues.”

ALIPAC’s political projections about Corzine, Clinton, McCain, and Spitzer are based on polling data showing super majorities of Americans oppose licenses, in-state tuition, Amnesty, or any path to citizenship for illegal aliens.

New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine received a lot of press coverage for his unpopular stance in favor of in-state tuition for illegal aliens. His victorious GOP challenger Chris Christie, came out against licenses and in-state tuition for illegals as a Monmouth University/Gannett New Jersey poll showed 62% opposition to Corzine’s support for licenses and in-state tuition for illegals!

ALIPAC fought against Jon Corzine and helped stop any forward motion on the unpopular legislation he was pushing that would have granted in-state tuition for illegal aliens. William Gheen appeared on numerous talk radio shows proclaiming “Corzine has made a huge mistake supporting in-state tuition for illegals and the voters are going to kick him out of office for this.”

ALIPAC made similar predictions about John McCain, Hillary Clinton, and New York Governor Eliot Spitzer.

Prior to his further scandals, political pundits declared Spitzer unelectable after his unpopular push for licenses for illegal aliens in Early 2008. A national poll showed 77% opposed Spitzer’s plan leading to its collapse. Hillary Clinton talked Spitzer into backing down because his actions were hurting her campaign.

Hillary Clinton got caught trying to flip flop, after stating on national TV that she supported licenses for illegal aliens. John McCain become a front person in the GOP pushing Amnesty next to Senator Ted Kennedy.

“John McCain will never be President of the United States… because of his support for Comprehensive Immigration Reform which was seen as Amnesty… we expect to see a very similar plummet in Clinton’s numbers because she angered the pro-enforcement Americans, the 77% that do not want illegal aliens to have licenses by saying she supported the idea…. when you take the wrong side on an issue with 77-80% of America’s voters that’s a campaign killer!” — William Gheen on CNN with Rick Sanchez on Nov. 16, 2007

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http://www.youtube.com/user/ALIPAC1#p/u/61/D9VwlgJd_60

President Obama, other Republican and Democrat candidates, and lawmakers should take heed of the political failures of John McCain, Hillary Clinton, Eliot Spitzer, and now Jon Corzine who are tied to being wrong on immigration issues. A super majority of Americans want immigration enforcement, instead of Amnesty or a path to citizenship for illegal aliens.

Defying the will of the public on illegal immigration issues will lead to a shift of support away from your campaign and that is significant enough to destroy political careers.

“In the November elections of 2010, we plan on sending a large volume of DC insiders to join Corzine and Spitzer on the political trash heap of history,” said William Gheen. “There is a full blown political revolt brewing in America and illegal immigration is proving to be the great litmus test in the eyes of the electorate.

For more information about ALIPAC, interviews, candidate stances on illegal immigration, Tea Parties Against Amnesty, freedom of speech, and a large collection of polls and surveys about illegal immigration please visit www.alipac.us

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