William Gheen Quotes of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC)
Americans for Legal Immigration PAC, President William
Gheen notes, "Illegal aliens have been walking out of
American prisons after serving their time at taxpayer
expense without being deported. Our government can't or
won't find the hundreds of thousands of known felon
illegal aliens walking America's streets tonight, much
less stop the new felons coming in tonight across our
unsecured borders." -- William Gheen, Page 36, Book
"Outrage" by Dick Morris
"Rapid illegal immigration will destroy this state," Gheen said. "My organization is trying to prevent a backlash against all immigration. We can't handle 3 million third-world illegal aliens per year. Legalizing them would even bring more."..."A license is a privilege, not a right," Gheen said in support of the bill aimed at preventing illegal immigrants from obtaining a driver's license. "They don't need licenses to drive to jobs that it's illegal for them to have."
In arguing against the in-state tuition bill, Gheen said that "90 percent of North Carolinians can't be wrong." --
N.C. bills focus on immigration
Freedom Raleigh Bureau
"The new trend is to kick illegal aliens out of college altogether," says William Gheen of Americans for Legal Immigration Political Action Committee, which opposes taxpayer subsidies for undocumented immigrants.
Illegal immigrants face threat of no college
By Mary Beth Marklein
July 6, 2008
"We're swamped; no vacancy," says William Gheen, president of Americans for Legal Immigration in Raleigh, N.C. He says North Carolina has "one of the fastest-growing populations of illegal aliens in America, and they're coming here for the licenses and state benefits."
More [illegal] immigrants, more activists
May 4th, 2005
"The dam is breaking," says William Gheen, president of Americans for Legal Immigration, a group based in Raleigh, N.C., that opposes benefits for those in the country illegally. Illegal immigration, he says, is "having a degrading effect on wages and other quality-of-life issues like community health and community safety."
States torn on illegals' rights
By Charisse Jones
"I've got 80-year-olds that are . . . Internet fighter pilots," said William Gheen, president of the North Carolina-based Americans for Legal Immigration Political Action Committee, a conservative group whose Web campaign helped derail Immigration reform legislation in Congress last year by prompting thousands of faxes, e-mails and phone calls to legislators....
"Some of them, when they first came on, were scared to death to even interact in this media," Gheen said. "But I've watched them grow. Necessity is the mother of invention, and we're inventing tactics as we go."...
The dominance on the Internet of conservative groups like ALIPAC has moved pro-migrant groups to get more active, prompting conservatives to escalate their efforts. Gheen and other conservatives say: Bring it on. "We are light-years ahead of the competition," said Gheen, a former political consultant who said he sees his group as part of a "populist movement" of conservative talk show hosts, legislators and others who report what mainstream media does not about Immigration.
Immigration debate grows from Web roots
Blogs, forums rife with opinions from advocates, opponents
By Antonio Olivo
June 4, 2008
"The devil is in the details, and Bush has shown a pattern of deception on immigration enforcement again and again and again, and the Huckster is right in line with that technique," said William Gheen, president of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC, who said Mr. Huckabee is trying to fool the Republican primary electorate.
"He knows he's wrong on immigration; he can't win if he's wrong on immigration — therefore, lie," Mr. Gheen said.
Huckabee's illegal-alien record hit
By Stephen Dinan
The Washington Times
December 26, 2007
William Gheen, of the North Carolina-based Americans for Legal Immigration political action committee (ALIPAC), said Gilchrist is a threat to the anti-illegal immigration movement. Gheen said people in his organization receive bizarre e-mails from the Minuteman founder.
“We see Gilchrist as prone to act against the good of the movement,” Gheen said. “He has a pattern of broken alliances and relationships.”
By Josh Aden
Los Angeles Times
February 16, 2008
"At this point, Dobbs is the only man in the country that would have a shot at making a historic independent run, and winning," says William Gheen, president of Americans for Legal Immigration, an influential grassroots group that favors strict enforcement of immigration laws, a favorite subject of Mr. Dobbs's.
CNN's Lou Dobbs for President?
He Says No, Sort of
By Greg Hitt
Wall Street Journal
January 7, 2008; Page A6
The group said it has more than 11,000 signatures on its petition calling for a boycott of Bank of America.
"What Bank of America is doing is illegal, or should be," Gheen said.
Bank of America defends policy
Critics blast credit card offers, saying they're endorsement of illegal immigration
The Boston Globe
February 23, 2007
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