"Passage of the Dream Act Amnesty would displace and replace millions of innocent American college students, workers, and voters." -- William Gheen
Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) November 30, 2010
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC has launched an extensive effort to alert Americans to the nationally catastrophic consequences of passage of the Dream Act Amnesty. This bill is currently scheduled for a vote in the US House and Senate.
"Passage of the Dream Act Amnesty would displace and replace millions of innocent American college students, workers, and voters," said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC.
Gheen announced these new warnings live on Fox and Friends at 6:15 am this morning and the video of the segment is now spreading across the Internet. (click here to watch ALIPAC on FOX)
ALIPAC is connecting directly with American media and lawmakers while rallying citizens to defend their nation, students, jobs, and voting rights, by calling on members of Congress to reject the Dream Act Amnesty and to vote NO on cloture in the Senate.
These bills would give citizenship rights to 3-20 million illegal aliens. ALIPAC's message to Americans is focused on seven words that accurately describe what the Dream and Comprehensive Amnesty bills would do to American citizens.
Seven key terms
"Millions of Displaced and Replaced American students, workers, and voters."
"A majority of Americans oppose the Dream Act Amnesty, just as they opposed health care legislation. Even though incumbent members of the Congress suffered historic losses in the 2010 elections, Democratic leaders are proceeding with this unpopular and nationally destructive legislation."
ALIPAC announced on Monday that the group's 2012 campaign and elections efforts have started early with a mission to defeat as many Dream and Comprehensive Amnesty supporters as possible, and to repeal any such legislation if possible.
Forty four members of the US House and Senate lost their seats on Nov. 2, 2010. Most will be replaced by candidates who made their opposition to Amnesty a focus of their campaigns. No new amnesty supporters were elected and the elections trend is solidly on the side of enforcement instead of Amnesty.