April 10, 2013
/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In response to illegal invader supporters marching in American streets today demanding amnesty legislation that is expected soon in
, ALIPAC is launching their 2014 candidate and campaign program to put the brakes on any legislation that would put America's borders on a path to destruction by legalizing illegal aliens.
"The vast majority of Americans want border and immigration law enforcement instead of any form of amnesty for illegal invaders," said
President of ALIPAC who was cited in the
national and global media last week opposing the AP style change discarding the term 'illegal immigrant.'
"By starting our 2014 campaign efforts early, we will send a clear message to all incumbent lawmakers that they will not be able to hide any cloture or actual votes on amnesty from their constituents!"
was formed on
September 11, 2004
in honor of the victims of 9/11 who were killed due to the inadequate enforcement of America's existing immigration laws, just like the DC sniper victims and the thousands of Americans killed each year on American soil by illegal invaders. Millions of American are displaced in their jobs and billions of dollars are lost to illegals due to depreciated wages and stolen taxpayer resources.
ALIPAC opposes any new legislation that would rubber stamp Obama's dictatorial actions, because changing America's laws to accommodate millions of illegal invaders is sending the message around the world that America's defenses are down and that
will not be stopped. While over 80% of Americans want the current borders of
the United States
enforced, the Executive Branch refuses to comply.
Such hopes for future border security or immigration law enforcement designed to protect American jobs, property, and lives from invasion will vanish if
Comprehensive Immigration Reform
Amnesty passes, placing millions of illegal invaders on a path to voting rights and a radical transformation of American politics which will displace over 15 million American voters.
ALIPAC is currently endorsing more than 100 members of Congress that the organization feels can be counted on to oppose Amnesty for illegal aliens
CLICK HERE FOR LIST.
For more information about ALIPAC's 2014 candidate and campaign operations, or to schedule interviews with
, please visit