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    Quote Originally Posted by Serenanocturna
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    His career has ended as far as I'm concerned!
    A vote for him is an approval of the job he is doing as a senator from Georgia.
    Something I refuse to do.
    Here's what the Libertarian candidate Buckley says about illegals in this country (from his web site):
    [quote]The illegal immigrants now here should be allowed to apply for the unskilled jobs specified above not filled by Americans. They should be allowed to take such jobs only if they pay a penalty for breaking the law and a fee for not having to “wait in lineâ€

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    Why is Alipac endorosing John Flemming for Congress of LA 4th district? He wants to bus illegals into Louisiana...

    Go here and listen to what he has to say and hear it for yourself.. We should be backing Chris Gorman for Congress

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKz5W4ED ... re=related

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSODeputy08
    Why is Alipac endorosing John Flemming for Congress of LA 4th district? He wants to bus illegals into Louisiana...

    Go here and listen to what he has to say and hear it for yourself.. We should be backing Chris Gorman for Congress

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKz5W4ED ... re=related
    Good youtube. I wonder if he explained further by what he meant? Did he say he wanted a TEMPORARY guest worker program. I'd like more specific explanation of what he meant.
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    Call and asked him were he stands on E-Verifying; and asked him to check and see if I-9s are being E-Verified in the state.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CSODeputy08
    Why is Alipac endorosing John Flemming for Congress of LA 4th district? He wants to bus illegals into Louisiana...

    Go here and listen to what he has to say and hear it for yourself.. We should be backing Chris Gorman for Congress

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKz5W4ED ... re=related

    Thank you for the video. We will look into this as soon as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSODeputy08
    Why is Alipac endorosing John Flemming for Congress of LA 4th district? He wants to bus illegals into Louisiana...

    Go here and listen to what he has to say and hear it for yourself.. We should be backing Chris Gorman for Congress

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKz5W4ED ... re=related
    Interesting video......

    This is the information we have on Flemming it is a survey he filled out...which Gorman refused to do....Flemming is also listed as a "True Immigration Reform Candidate" with NumbersUSA.

    Oppose Amnesty/Legalization for Illegal Aliens YES
    Fully fund Attrition Through Enforcement YES
    Require Worker Verification YES
    Require Federal Pickup of Locally Detained Illegal Aliens YES
    Cut funds for sanctuary cities YES
    Fund the entry/exit system YES
    Fund & Implement Border Security YES
    End Citizenship for Illegal Aliens' Babies YES
    End Chain Migration YES
    End Visa Lottery YES
    Limit Importation
    of Workers YES
    Reduce Overall Immigration Numbers YES


    William needs to view the video, but he is not talking of giving them amnesty in this video, he only said they could bus them here and bus them back, I believe he is speaking of AG workers on the border. which is way better than allowing familys to come with them and all of them stay.
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    Here is some recent polling information on ALIPAC's endorsed list of candidates. I'll start with with Alabama, just listing those races I have found to be close based on available information. If there are any omissions, please note & help out if you can with other states:

    ALABAMA:

    **"A poll taken for Montgomery Mayor Bobby Bright by Anzalone-Lizst (D) in early October showed a tight race, with Bright leading state House Minority Leader Jay Love by one point -- 46% to 45%. In August, the same pollster showed Bright with a 50%-40% lead."

    [note, Jay Love is endorsed by ALIPAC]

    source: http://www.southernpoliticalreport.com/ ... 0_624.aspx

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    **"Based on a Sept 30- Oct 1 poll by Capital Survey Research , Mike Rogers leads Josh Segall 44.9 % to 36.9%. Rogers got 212 votes while Segall got 171 votes. And 88 were still undecided."

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    "Democratic congressional candidate Josh Segall, a MontÂ*gomery attorney, moved closer to incumbent U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers in a recent poll conÂ*ducted by the Capital Survey ReÂ*search Center.

    Segall trails, as he has in all polls, but the poll conducted on Tuesday and Wednesday showÂ*ed a drastic change. He was 8.5 percentage points behind RogÂ*ers.

    Rogers was 21 percentage points ahead in a poll conducted in early August by the Capital Survey Research Center, which is the polling arm of the AlabaÂ*ma Education Association.

    Segall's support was slightly higher in the second poll, but the percentage of people who said they would vote for Rogers dropped from 54 percent to 44.9 percent."

    [note, Mike Rogers is endorsed by ALIPAC]

    sources: http://www.swingstateproject.com/showDi ... aryId=3419

    http://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/app ... /810050345

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    **"Democrats believe state Sen. Parker Griffith (D) is putting the race away (and have internal polling to prove it) while Republicans see Griffith losing ground to three-time nominee Wayne Parker."

    [note, Wayne Parker is endorsed by ALIPAC]

    source:
    http://voices.washingtonpost.com/thefix ... v=rss_blog
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    It just makes me sick that the people are not trying to get rid of any of the Democratic traitors, the worst of the worst, like Pelosi, Franks, Rangel etc.
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    ALIPAC's endorsed list of candidates -- Close (or somewhat close) Races:

    ARIZONA:

    "Perhaps the most interesting race is in District 3, where Republican incumbent John Shadegg is facing attorney Bob Lord, a Democrat. The smart money is on Shadegg, but his re-election isn't a sure thing. While Shadegg has a sizable Republican registration advantage, a recent DCCC poll has the two men even and considers the race so competitive that it has spent more than $1 million there on Lord's behalf."

    "Public polling in recent weeks has varied wildly, though indications point to a closer-than-expected race in a district generally considered safe for the GOP. One survey, by Anzalone Liszt Research, found Lord ahead of Shadegg by 1 percentage point. A second October poll, by Research 2000, said Shadegg with a 9 percentage-point lead."

    [note, John Shadegg endorsed by ALIPAC]

    sources: http://www.tucsoncitizen.com/daily/local/99847.php

    http://www.azcentral.com/arizonarepubli ... e1017.html

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    "In District 5, Democrat Mitchell is trying to fend off former Maricopa County treasurer David Schweikert. The Congressional Quarterly's Scorecard, the Cook Political Report, Roll Call's Outlook and the Rothenberg Political Report all have the race leaning Democratic."

    [note, David Schweikert endorsed by ALIPAC]

    source: http://www.tucsoncitizen.com/daily/local/99847.php

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    According to The Arizona Daily Star, House Minority Leader John A. Boehner , R-Ohio, appeared Monday at a GOP event for Tim Bee, who is challenging incumbent Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in Arizona’s 8th District...CQ Politics rates the race as “Leans Democratic.â€
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    ALIPAC's endorsed list of candidates -- Close (or somewhat close) Races:

    CALIFORNIA (partial):

    "On the heels of his opponent releasing a poll showing a statistically even race, Rep. Dan Lungren (R-Calif.) countered by paying for two polls by separate pollsters, each showing him with a significant lead."

    [note, Dan Lungren endorsed by ALIPAC]

    source: http://rothenbergpoliticalreport.blogsp ... ds-to.html

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    "GOP and Democratic election watchers say three districts are too close to call, including the most closely watched race in the nation, the race for the 4th Congressional District northeast of Sacramento. There, state Sen. Tom McClintock, R-Thousand Oaks, faces Democrat Charlie Brown for the seat vacated by Rep. John Doolittle, who resigned amid a lobbying scandal. The district traditionally has been among the most Republican in the state, but Brown earlier made a serious challenge against Doolittle, and the fact that the race is close is raising danger signals among Republicans."

    [note, Tom McClintock endorsed by ALIPAC]

    source: http://www.capitolweekly.net
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