We have received a lot of very passionate emails that disagree with ALIPAC's position that both illegal aliens and employers of illegal aliens such as Nikki Diaz and Meg Whitman should be held accountable in courts of American law.
Many of those who have written say that we should not have called for Whitman's arrest because she has claimed to the media that she was duped by the illegal alien and that she has documents to prove that she was misled.
Others say that we should not have called for the arrest of Meg Whitman despite her pro Amnesty positions because she faces a very liberal challenger in the race for Governor of California.
Here is our official response to these concerns.
As a large and diverse national organization, we realize that we will not all agree on every aspect of the illegal immigration issue. If anyone wants to withdraw their support for ALIPAC over a disagreement on one issue, that is their American right. However, clearly over a period of time the illegal aliens will win possession of America if too many people are willing to do that. We all need to stay unified on the grounds we do agree upon, regardless of minor disagreements over a candidate or two or an event or smaller issue.
ALIPAC is not condemning both Diaz and Whitman, although it is fairly understood by all parties involved that Whitman did hire an illegal alien for 9 years and that is a violation of existing federal law.
ALIPAC has called for arrests so that the courts can make the proper judgments on guilt or innocence in these matters. ALIPAC, the media, and California voters are not in the proper position to weigh Whitman's documents, claims, and alibis.
To accept her mere claim of innocence without a trial would be similar to advocating that OJ Simpson not be charged with murder because he came out and told the press he did not do it after evidence suggested he did.
Whitman being a Republican, or a better or worse candidate than Jerry Brown, should not triumph over our value for the lost principle of the Rule of Law in America. There are already many very wealthy and powerful people and corporations that don't believe they should abide by our existing border and immigration laws either. Should we allow them to continue to operate without concern of enforcement because some people support that?
The Rule of Law means that all Americans or people on American soil are treated equally under the law and that nobody is immune to the law because they are wealthy, in the media, poor and downtrodden, white, black, brown, yellow, male, female, Republican, Democrat, or third party.
ALIPAC supports the restoration of the Republic and the Rule of Law in America.
These goals will never happen if Jerry Brown or Meg Whitman succeed with their mutual plans to turn millions of illegal aliens into new voters.
If the Whitmans and the Browns of America succeed with their Amnesty agenda, the political wishes of most of the people reading this message will never matter in America again. Millions of American voters like us will be replaced and America will fall.
The slaughter of thousands of innocent Americans each year and the theft of millions of our jobs and hundreds of billions of our tax dollars will escalate and there will be no peaceful political solution for these problems.
While ALIPAC is calling on law enforcement and the courts to do their appropriate jobs in the Diaz and Whitman case, the most likely outcome is that both will be given special treatment just like President Obama's illegal alien aunt Zeutinin Onyango.
In closing, for those of you that are tempted to leave our email list because ALIPAC said something critical about a Republican candidate you want to support, please consider this. Did id occur to you that Republican candidates across America are hearing of this and they are thinking two things?
One, they are wondering if their employees are legal and they may take action to fix that.
Two, the message of Meg Whitman and John McCain to all Republicans should be clear and if it is not clear we need you ALIPACers to make it clear to them.
EVEN REPUBLICANS THAT PROMISE ILLEGALS AMNESTY STILL GET BACK-STABBED BY THEM SO YOUR BETTER CHOICE IS TO STAND WITH AMERICANS AND ABANDON SUPPORT FOR AMNESTY McCain, Romney, Huckabee, Whitman, Bush, Rove, Norquist, Armey, Giuliani, Rubio, etc...
We hope that all of you will stand with ALIPAC in our call for both Whitman and Diaz to be treated equally under the law. The evidence that they both have violated America's existing border, immigration, and labor laws must be analyzed in the appropriate venue which is a court of law.
We hope that all of you will stand with ALIPAC in support of the principle of the Rule of Law and our mission to save American lives, jobs, wages, security, property, and sovereignty from illegal immigration and from those like Whitman and Diaz that are fostering and encouraging the problem.
My door, email box, and phone line is open to each of you that support our mission if you would like to speak with me further about these important issues.
William Gheen President, Americans for Legal Immigration PAC www.alipac.us Post Office Box 30966, Raleigh, NC 27622-0966 Tel: (919) 787-6009 Toll Free: (866) 703-0864 FEC ID: C00405878
In response to the explosive revelations that California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman employed illegal alien Nicky Diaz for nine years, ALIPAC is asking Immigration and Customs Enforcement to arrest and charge both Whitman and Diaz for numerous immigration and employment law violations.
"We need equal justice for both the illegal alien and the employer," said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC. "Nicky Diaz should be charged and deported and Meg Whitman should face the existing penalties under current US law as well. No Amnesty for Whitman or Diaz, the Rule of Law must be restored in America."
Nicki Diaz gave a tearful interview to reporters today, accompanied by Gloria Allred, a longtime Democratic supporter. Diaz claims that Whitman, a Republican candidate for Governor of California, knew she was an illegal alien and was abusive to her and failed to pay her all her wages. Diaz cried through most of the interview in what was an obviously contrived display of political theater.
"Best illegal alien actor award of 2010 should go to Nicki Diaz for her role as the tearful victimized invader," said William Gheen. "Meg Whitman's financial gain from the movie rights should be seized by the courts to compensate the American taxpayers who have paid the price for her illegal laborer over the years."
Americans curious about Meg Whitman's support for Comprehensive Immigration Reform Amnesty (CIRA) that would lift current laws and penalties for both illegal aliens and their employers now know why. If CIRA were to pass, exploitative employers like Whitman would escape the existing penalties under US law which have a nine year statute of limitations.
The American public has indicated in numerous scientific polls that well over 80% of Americans want employers like Meg Whitman heavily fined. Over 50% want the employers of illegals, like Whitman, jailed.
Americans have also shown overwhelming support for the arrest, detention, and deportation of illegal immigrants like Nicki Diaz. Both the US Constitution and the existing laws of Congress mandate that both Whitman and Diaz should be charged and treated equally under those laws.
"We stand with the majority of American citizens who want our existing border and immigration laws enforced!" said William Gheen. "Therefore we call on all appropriate authorities to arrest and charge both Meg Whitman and Nicki Diaz."
For more information about how America's existing border and immigration laws go woefully unenforced, and for information about the thousands of Americans killed each year at the hands of illegal aliens, while millions of other Americans suffer lost jobs, depreciated wages, and massive multi-billion dollar tax resource theft, please visit www.alipac.us
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Federal Campaigns: These commercials are good examples showing how your campaign can overcome an entrenched incumbent that supports replacing American voters with illegal aliens. We hope many of you will create your own illegal immigration and Amnesty commercials that ALIPAC can circulate nationally.
ALIPAC Supporters: Please view and circulate these new commercials launched by Sharon Angle's campaign against Senator Reid in Nevada. Angle is now tied with Reid even though Reid has been in the US Senate since 1986! Clearly, supporting Amnesty for illegal aliens is not well received by American voters.
Please watch the following videos, send them to others, vote them thumbs up, add them to your Favorites on Youtube, post them on your Myspace, Facebook, and Twitter accounts to send them both into the top charts at Youtube!
While very few candidates will admit they support Obama's Comprehensive Immigration Reform Amnesty in the 2010 elections, ALIPAC has endorsed a new set of 3 candidates who are promising voters they will oppose Dream and Comprehensive Amnesties for illegal immigrants and focus on enforcing America's existing immigration and border laws instead.
"American voters want the borders secured first and then a strong crack down on illegal immigration in the interior," said William Gheen President of ALIPAC. "Illegal aliens are already leaving America on their own in large numbers and by electing candidates like these who oppose Amnesty, we can get more to leave which will improve American job prospects, wages, security, health, and safety."
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC is asking volunteers, donors, and voters to swing support behind 3 new candidates in 3 states including Arizona, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina.
This new group of endorsements brings ALIPAC's total endorsements for 2010 up to 154!
Jess Kelly (R-AZ) is mounting a strong challenge to illegal alien Amnesty supporter and open borders advocate Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords's in Arizona's 8th district. ALIPAC is endorsing Kelly for his promise to secure America's borders, oppose Amnesty, and to accelerate the current exodus of illegal aliens from America by adequately enforcing existing laws. Gabrielle Giffords has a D- grade at NumbersUSA due to her support for Comprehensive and Dream Act Amnesties for illegal immigrants and her support for more foreign worker visas at a time Americans are suffering major job losses.
Lou Barletta (R-PA) is being endorsed by ALIPAC again in his race against Congressman Paul Kanjorski (D-PA) in Pennsyvania's 11th district. Mayor Lou Barletta of Hazleton has been a national leader in the fight against illegal immigration and has vowed to take Hazleton's historic struggle to protect American lives and property from illegal aliens to the Supreme Court if necessary. Lou Barletta is clearly a superior choice for Americans who oppose illegal immigration, while Kanjorski voted recently to assure that illegal immigrants could receive taxpayer funded benefits under the new controversial healthcare bill.
William 'Bill Randall (R-NC) is challenging Congressman Brad Miller in Miller's custom made 13th Congressional district in North Carolina. Randall has been very firm on immigration issues insisting that the Rule of Law in America is of paramount importance, while Congressman Brad Miller has vowed support for Dream and Comprehensive Amnesty bills that would turn millions of illegal aliens into voters. Bill Randall also has several popular videos on Youtube highlighting his focus on illegal immigration as an important issue. Congressman Miller's plan to turn illegal aliens into American voters would displace or replace over 12 million innocent legal Americans at the ballot box.
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC is rapidly becoming a top resource for voters researching the issue positions of candidates in the 2010 election cycle. The endorsements page at ALIPAC.us has already been viewed over 23,000 times and the group intends to launch an extensive online visibility advertising campaign next week to support endorsed candidates across American. For more information or to schedule interviews, please visit www.ALIPAC.uS
In her first interview since receiving asylum, Zeituni Onyango, President Obama’s aunt, portrayed herself as a victim of U.S. immigration policy, telling reporters: “I didn’t take advantage of the system. The system took advantage of me.” Entirely unapologetic for residing in the U.S. illegally, Onyango recounted how she had become an illegal alien, how she first came to the U.S. from Kenya in 2000 with the intention of leaving, but continued to stay after experiencing health problems. (Id.) However, even when her health improved, Onyango continued to live illegally in the U.S., residing in public housing and collecting $700 monthly disability checks from the government.
Last week a U.S. immigration court granted Jorge Luis Aguirre, the fifty-two year old editor of the Ciudad Juarez-based online newspaper, La Polaka, political asylum. Aguirre fled across the border to El Paso, Texas in November 2008 after receiving telephone threats that he believes were in response to a piece he wrote criticizing Chihuahua state officials. After his grant of asylum, Aguirre told reporters, “I hope this asylum is a good precedent and there’s a chance for other journalists whose lives are threatened by mafiosos and narco-politicians.”
After being denied the opportunity to offer the DREAM Act as an amendment last week, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid took to the Senate floor and vowed to all those watching, “We’re going to vote on the DREAM Act. It’s only a question of when.” Senator Reid’s promise came as he and Senator Dick Durbin both denounced Republicans who voted against the Defense Authorization Bill, effectively preventing any amendments including the DREAM Act from coming to a vote. “Where is the justice in this decision?” Durbin complained. “At least have the courage to let us bring this matter to the floor and stand up and vote no.”