Obama’s Speech Misleads Americans on Illegal Immigration & Amnesty
July 1, 2010
CONTACT: Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC)
(866) 703-0864 WilliamG@alipac.us
ALIPAC is responding to President Obama’s immigration speech by calling on him to abandon his push for Amnesty for illegal aliens and to honor his oath of office and the requirements of the US Constitution by enforcing America’s existing border and immigration laws.
“We call on all candidates for Congress to clearly state their opposition to Comprehensive Immigration Reform Amnesty,” said William Gheen of ALIPAC. “President Obama is committing a form of Treason against the American public by refusing to adequately enforce our existing immigration and border laws at the behest Global corporations and financial influences intent upon usurping the self-governance of the American public. Americans want immigration enforcement, instead of Obama’s Amnesty and we expect voters to punish Amnesty supporters in the 2010 elections.”
Obama mischaracterized legal immigrants in today’s speech, as he criticized Arizona’s new law, SB 1070, which is now being considered in more than twenty states!
Obama cited the contributions of Albert Einstein, Nicola Tesla, and many other legal immigrants to the United States. It is patently insulting and a cheap political trick to compare law abiding legal immigrants with illegal aliens who willingly violate a series of US laws to take what is not theirs and what is not freely given by American citizens.
“Obama’s speech was the same old tricks, since he confused legal immigrants with illegal aliens, and offered the false choice of blanket amnesty vs. mass deportations,” said William Gheen. “Obama is trying to trick the American public by confusing legal and illegal and offering false choices, instead of doing his job properly.”
Obama’s speech was made at American University, which is where Dr. Robert Pastor has advocated the formation of a North American Community, which has been called a North American Union by those opposed to the components of the plan that calls for a path to citizenship for illegal aliens. Obama also used the words ‘Security and Prosperity’ in his speech to convey his support for the Pastor plan, which was manifest during the Bush administration as the Security and Prosperity Partnership or SPP.
ALIPAC is launching a revised website at http://www.AgainstAmnesty.com to help Americans track, spread, and pass versions of Arizona’s immigration laws in other states. Twenty states are currently listed.
ALIPAC will launch candidate surveys and pledges to all Federal candidates on July 5th that are designed to help voters determine which candidates support or oppose the Bush/Obama Comprehensive Immigration Reform Amnesty plan. ALIPAC intends to endorse candidates who oppose the plan, while encouraging Americans to contribute to and volunteer on those endorsed campaigns.
“We encourage our political opposition to make sure their candidates proudly display their support for Comprehensive Immigration Reform Amnesty,” said William Gheen. “We will encourage our candidates to display their opposition. That way, the American public can clear many of these traitors out of office this year.”