PRLog - Sep. 25, 2013 - RALEIGH, N.C. -- Contact: ALIPAC (866) 703-0864 / Press@alipac.us
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC)
ALIPAC is dropping their standing endorsement of Congressman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) (202-225-5431)
Bob Goodlatte is John Boehner's appointed chairman of the powerful House Judicial Committee which intends to pass some bills next month designed to legalize illegal aliens starting with young immigration law violators and then all others eventually.
"We are dropping our endorsement of Bob Goodlatte due to his support for amnesty for illegal aliens," said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC. "He really had us fooled due to his past strong scores with NumbersUSA. We are now actively seeking a strong GOP primary challenger for Goodlatte in 2014 who will inform and organize the more than 80% of Republican voters who disagree with Goodlatte's support for Obama's illegal alien amnesty plans!"
ALIPAC is America's largest grass roots Political Action Committee fighting against illegal immigration and any form of amnesty for illegal aliens. Founded on 9/11 of 2004, ALIPAC currently endorses more than 140 federal candidates, but has recently had to rescind endorsements for a small group of GOP members of Congress who have betrayed their constituents on immigration issues by changing their positions to support amnesty for illegals.
Congressmen Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) and Ted Poe (R-TX) are being added to a list of 28 GOP members of Congress who now support Obama's illegal alien amnesty plan.
ALIPAC is pointing out that if sellouts like Poe and Goodlatte succeed in legalizing millions of illegal aliens, any future hopes of border security, immigration law enforcement, or protections for American workers, students, taxpayers, and voters will become politically impossible. Such an amnesty will also quickly attract the next waves of tens of millions of illegal aliens from 3rd world areas just like the prior amnesty of 1986 did.
For more information about ALIPAC's efforts to stop the degradation and destruction of the United States from amnesty for illegal aliens, or to schedule interviews, please visit www.ALIPAC.us or http://www.AgainstAmnesty.com.