Illegal Immigration: ALIPAC's Accomplishments in 2011Friends of ALIPAC,
In the first of each year, we provide our supporters and readers with a list of our accomplishments and efforts from the past year. We hope each of you will carefully review ALIPAC's 2011 accomplishments below and leave us your feedback. We also hope you will support our efforts for 2012 by visiting our secure online donations page right away to lend your support for our new efforts to stop and reverse illegal immigration and Obama's unlawful Amnesty for illegals in 2012!
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ALIPAC's 2011 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
-- In December 2011, we successfully completed the most extensive upgrade of our primary website and the world's largest archive of information about illegal immigration at www.ALIPAC.us The new site will bring in more supporters, allows videos and pictures to be used, and will provide us with more activism tools to communicate with the public and lawmakers. Upgrading to ALIPAC 2.0 was a big challenge, but we finished 2011 with our most ambitious upgrade in ALIPAC's history. Every aspect of our operations is being reviewed and made more efficient for the battles against illegal immigration that lay ahead.
-- Worked hard to circulate Arizona's and Alabama's illegal immigration crackdown laws to other states.
-- Successfully fought against federal legislation that attempted to raise legal immigration levels beyond the current historic levels of 1.6 million immigrants per year when Congress tried to bring in more 'tourists' from India, China, and Brazil. ALIPAC reminded lawmakers that half of the illegal aliens currently in America are visa overstays and that without adequate enforcement in place, legal immigration levels should not be raised.
-- Influenced the prevalence of illegal immigration as an issue in the presidential debates by successfully directing our activists to field questions to many of the GOP primary debates. With ALIPAC's help, illegal immigration has emerged as one of the top issues of the 2012 Presidential races. With your support, we will do the same for the congressional campaigns!
-- Worked hard to lead the charge against Obama's unlawful and unconstitutional Amnesty for illegal aliens created by executive memos. Members of Congress are now starting to stand up and take action due to rising public pushback.
-- ALIPAC's message was heard in the national media when we pointed out that Texas Governor Rick Perry's current and active support for in-state tuition for illegal aliens would derail his campaign. Our prediction "Rick Perry Is Finished" was accurate and sent a message to all politicians that supporting the illegal alien invasion of America can end a campaign for higher office.
-- Became the largest repository of information regarding the Fast and Furious / Gunwalker scandals, along with information about the murder of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry. ALIPAC activists lobbying Congress helped lead to the official congressional investigations underway conducted by Congressman Darrell Issa. These investigations are moving closer to possible charges against DOJ head Eric Holder and eventually Barack Obama for their roles in using American tax dollars to buy assault weapons for murderous drug and illegal alien smuggler cartels.
-- Helped ALIPAC supporters in Utah and Maryland make major headway towards reversing illegal alien invasion legislative gains in these states. Utah passed the first state level Amnesty for illegal aliens and Maryland passed in-state tuition for illegals. With your help, we have made major headway towards reversing these new illegal alien supporting laws in MD and UT!
-- ALIPAC led the way in raising national awareness of WikiLeaks documents showing a high level of US officials plotting a "North American integration" without public knowledge or congressional approval. In years past, we have dubbed this plot the North American Union and leaked documents in 2011 prove warnings have been accurate and justified.
-- Continued our support for Governor Jan Brewer's legal fight to preserve Arizona's historic SB 1070 law while helping to pass tough new laws against illegal immigration in Alabama and Georgia.
-- Helped successfully stop an in-state tuition bill for illegal aliens in Oregon.
-- ALIPAC helped lead the public backlash which led to the cancellation of a terrorism drill in Iowa that depicted a future of unrestrained illegal immigration in America where gun owners and border security advocates were portrayed as mass murdering child killers who attack schools.
-- Released a national alert to law enforcement across America warning them that recent materials issued by Homeland Security Fusion Centers falsely depicting opponents of the Obama administration, high taxes, and illegal immigration as suspect terrorists were inaccurate. Heartland Americans concerned about political issues represent the lowest crime and terrorism threats, while illegal aliens and the violent cartels that import and control them represent the highest threat. ALIPAC has fought back against Homeland Security's efforts to protect illegal alien smugglers while defaming innocent American citizens defending their homeland.
-- Took US Senator Orrin Hatch to task for his support of Utah's state level Amnesty bill HB 116 which the illegal alien supporters are now trying to export to more states.
PLEASE REVIEW OUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN PAST YEARS....
ALIPAC's Accomplishments in 2010
ALIPAC's 2009 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
ALIPAC's Accomplishments in 2008
ALIPAC's 2007 Accomplishments!
ALIPAC's 2006 Accomplishments
These efforts have been Paid For by
AMERICANS FOR LEGAL IMMIGRATION PAC (ALIPAC)
Post Office Box 30966, Raleigh, NC 27622-0966
Tel: (919) 787-6009 Toll Free: (866) 703-0864
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