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    Americans for Legal Immigration PAC Endorses JD Hayworth for

    Americans for Legal Immigration PAC Endorses JD Hayworth for U.S. Senate!

    Tuesday, February 23, 2010

    CONTACT: Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC)
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    Americans for Legal Immigration Political Action Committee (ALIPAC) is endorsing JD Hayworth for U.S. Senate today in the hopes Hayworth can defeat John McCain, who is a notorious supporter of Amnesty for illegal aliens.

    John McCain refused to listen to over 80% of his constituents and the American public by co-sponsoring Amnesty legislation with Senator Kennedy in 2007 which would have turned millions of illegal aliens into US voters. McCain's Amnesty legislation failed after the Capitol Hill phone system collapsed under the pressure of angry calls ranging 50-100 to 1 against his bill.

    McCain apologized to and misled Republican voters in the 2008 GOP primary for president by claiming he had changed his position on Amnesty and after winning the primary, he flip flopped and returned to his prior pro-Amnesty positions, which left many voters feeling they could not trust John McCain.

    JD Hayworth supports immigration enforcement and border security measures, instead of McCain's amnesty legislation which would politically destroy America's ability to enforce immigration laws in the future. Hayworth's prior voting records in Congress, position statements as a talk radio show host, and his campaign stances are aligned with ALIPAC's platform and the super majority of American voters who support more immigration enforcement.

    "JD Hayworth has taken sides with the 80% of Americans who want our borders secured and our existing immigration laws enforced," said William Gheen, president of ALIPAC. "By contrast, John McCain has clearly taken sides with the Open Borders Lobby which would wreck this nation by pursuing amnesty, instead of enforcement. It is clear that anyone in Arizona or any state in America, who is concerned about illegal immigration, should support JD Hayworth for US Senate."

    ALIPAC is making a $1,000 donation to JD Hayworth's campaign and intends to contribute the PAC a maximum of $5,000 by Election Day. The national organization is also encouraging their over 30,000 supporters and allies in the Tea Party Movement to donate to the Hayworth campaign and to consider volunteering to help the campaign via http://www.jdforsenate.com/

    Americans for Legal Immigration PAC, founded on 9/11/2004, has worked extensively with the Tea Party movement by leading a coalition of over 20 groups across the nation in support of Tea Party and 9/12 events in 2010. ALIPAC also conducted Tea Parties Against Amnesty in over 50 cities last November. A recent online poll sponsored by one of the largest Tea Party groups showed 77% support for Hayworth over McCain by Tea Party activists. The ALIPAC endorsement is likely to help strengthen that coalescing support.

    "There is a popular and powerful political uprising in America today, comprised of many patriotic Americans who feel many incumbents like John McCain are not listening to the public on important issues like immigration," said Gheen. "JD Hayworth is the best choice for any American who wants the current reversal of illegal immigration to continue and increase."

    ALIPAC believes that JD Hayworth's bid to unseat John McCain is stopping the Amnesty legislation in Washington from moving forward in 2010 and that McCain is fearful to co-sign the Senate version of the bill, even though he promised Sen. Chuck Shumer (D-NY) and the Hispanic Caucus he would. ALIPAC believes that Hayworth is likely to unseat John McCain and if McCain signs the new Amnesty bill as promised, then Hayworth will certainly defeat McCain.

    For more information or to view ALIPAC's growing list of endorsements for 2010, please visit www.alipac.us

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    added to the homepage and releasing to the nation now.

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    McCain over Hayworth

    I have talked to many Arizonians, viewed videos of Hayworth, studied his record and policies. Although I feel McCain has always been for some form of amnesty, I am not sure that is still his leaning. I do feel that he is becoming more in touch with reality and realizes that we cannot maintain the number of illegals in this country. This economic period in the U.S. has opened many eyes.
    One person that I spoke with made the comment that "he (Hayworth) is higher on my list than Pelosi."
    I am for deporting all illegals. I do not believe in rewarding people who have knowingly and blatantly broken our laws. I diligently send every fax that is put up for sending on the NumbersUSA site. I abhor what Obama is doing to this country.
    Having lived in Arizona for over 16 years and all of my children and grandchildren currently residing in Phoenix, I am urging them to vote for McCain rather than Hayworth. I feel if Hayworth were nominated, it would hurt Arizona.

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    Shirl, DO NOT let the McCain flip flop fool you or anyone else.
    Just look back at the past and remember it was him and Kennedy who wrote the bill in 2006 that woke americans up and flooded the capitol hill phone system so bad that is crashed. No calls in or out.

    McCain is acting tough this year because Hayworth is making it issue number one. His Record against illegal immigration is many times better than McCain's ever will be

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    Brewer and McCain to campaign together

    I am aware of John McCain's position in 2006 and definitely did not agree with it. However, as I said before, I truly believe that he has realized we cannot support or continue to allow the illegals to bankrupt our country.
    Governor Brewer has certainly shown by her actions that she is a staunch supporter of protecting our border and deporting the illegals.
    I have just read that Arizona Sen. John McCain and Gov. Jan Brewer will campaign together at six events in five communities on Friday and Saturday. I believe she is in much closer communication with McCain and therefore a better judge of his stand on the illegal immigration issue. I trust her judgment and will encourage people vote for McCain for the Republican nomination.

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    Re: Brewer and McCain to campaign together

    Quote Originally Posted by shirl32
    I am aware of John McCain's position in 2006 and definitely did not agree with it. However, as I said before, I truly believe that he has realized we cannot support or continue to allow the illegals to bankrupt our country.
    Governor Brewer has certainly shown by her actions that she is a staunch supporter of protecting our border and deporting the illegals.
    I have just read that Arizona Sen. John McCain and Gov. Jan Brewer will campaign together at six events in five communities on Friday and Saturday. I believe she is in much closer communication with McCain and therefore a better judge of his stand on the illegal immigration issue. I trust her judgment and will encourage people vote for McCain for the Republican nomination.

    LOL Okay! We all need to encourage people for vote for McAmnesty McCain...Not!!!!

    Kathyet

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