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Wednesday, October 20, 2010
This is a must view.
PLEASE ATTEND AND/OR SUPPORT
Who: Congressman Walter Jones, Jr. (R-NC), ALIPAC President William Gheen, NC Listen's Ron Woodard, NCFIRE's James Johnson, Congressional candidates B. J. Lawson and Bill Randall, NC State Senator Neil Hunt, many other candidates, ALIPAC supporters, Tea Party supporters, and hopefully you!
What: Pre-election rally and dinner to generate interest in ALIPAC's endorsements and raise funds for our efforts.
When: Friday, October 29, 2010, 6-7:30pm
Where: Raleigh, NC at the Barbecue Lodge at 4600 Capital Blvd
Admission: $25 per person at the door or for anyone donating via www.alipac.us after Oct. 15th.
You are invited to attend or support a dinner and rally being held in Raleigh, NC on Friday October 29th from 6-7:30pm. We realize that most of you are too far away, but if you live within a few hours of Raleigh, we need you with us that night!
The brief speeches at this event will be recorded and uploaded for the nation to hear later that night. We hope you will come, invite and bring others, and support this event with a donation, even if you cannot be in the room with us.
Our goal is to rally support and generate more interest in ALIPAC's endorsed candidates across the nation and to signal more voters that it is time to defeat Amnesty and illegal immigration in the 2010 elections! We will also be raising some of the funds we need to meet the unprecedented demands upon our organization this year due to intense interest and response from candidates and voters.
Our keynote speaker will be Congressman Walter Jones, Jr. (R-NC-3) who has been a national leader in the fight against illegal immigration and Amnesty. Many of you will remember his efforts to free railroaded border patrol agents Ramos and Compean. Congressman Jones has been endorsed by ALIPAC since 2006 and we are very thankful he is coming to address our attendees and supporters across America at this event.
ALIPAC's President, William Gheen will address the crowd, our candidates across the nation, and voters in every state who want to defeat Amnesty and illegal immigration in the 2010 elections. If you are an ALIPAC supporter out there working as a volunteer, William has a special pre-election message for you.
We will also be joined by ALIPAC's top Republican challenger candidates in North Carolina. B. J. Lawson who is facing Congressman David Price (D-NC-4) and Bill Randall who is facing Congressman Brad Miller (D-NC-13) will be there to speak to the crowd live. Their speeches will be uploaded as podcast within minutes of their presentation.
Both Congressmen David Price and Brad Miller are notorious supporters of Amnesty for illegal aliens and both are in danger of losing their seats this year due to their unpopular positions supporting illegals, instead of American citizens!
We will have the perspective of ALIPAC endorsed candidates who are incumbents and challengers at this event.
We will also have NC State Senator Neil Hunt with us to speak about how Republicans plan to file and pass an improved version of Arizona's SB1070 in North Carolina, if voters give conservatives control of the NC House or Senate this year. Democrats have ruled the NC legislature almost uninterrupted for over 136 years and this year they deserve to lose control.
Republican candidates and caucuses in other states are promising voters a version of the Arizona law, if they give Republicans control of the state legislatures.
Ron Woodard of the state group NC Listen will also address us along with James Johnson of NCFIRE.
Illegal immigration is an issue that motivates voters to go to the polls during a low turnout midterm election. The amnesty supporters and the minority of Latino voters who support Amnesty are demoralized this year.
Yet, we Americans of every race and party who represent the 80% of Americans opposed to illegal immigration and Amnesty are ready to throw out many of these DC insiders who have been representing illegal aliens and global corporations more than We The People of America!
This event promises to be a historic event. It is only $25 per person and that covers your BBQ dinner and admission.
You may bring cash or checks to the door or you may donate via www.ALIPAC.us and we will have a list at the door of anyone that has donated between Oct 15-29th.
ALIPAC supporters from any state are welcome to support and or attend!
We are also looking for event sponsors at the $100 (Silver), $250 (Gold), or $500 (Platinum) level. Sponsors will have the option of sitting at the leadership table during dinner and having their name on a card presented on each table. The room holds up to 110 people.
If you would like to support or attend, please visit our secure online donations page now at...
Please donate $25 per person attending, or your sponsorship amount, or your donation to support without attending.
I will be thrilled to see the fake Sanchez go down in defeat. I remember her showing up at a Tet festival in Little Saigon dressed in an Ao Dai! A pudgy woman in one looks ridiculous. Ao Dais can only be worn by Vietnamese with well proportioned bodies. It looks ridiculous on anyone else including Vietnamese if they have gained weight.
|TET, Little Saigon, Westminster, California 1976/77?|
"Remember the Americans who fought and died for US.
We may have lost the battle, but we won our freedom"
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The tour plane carrying the southern rock band "LynyrdSkynyrd" crashed in Mississippi during a failed emergency landing attempt. Three of the band members died in the crash- Ronnie Van Zant, Steve Gaines and Cassie Gaines.
"Legal arguments for Obamacare's individual mandate fail the 'Alice in Wonderland' test and the duck test. In two court challenges to the law in the past 11 days and a court hearing today on a third, the Obama administration's legal position is fading faster than the Cheshire Cat. Democrats took some solace from the first case, a challenge in Michigan, because Judge George C. Steeh ultimately ruled in favor of Obamacare. Yet even though that Clinton-appointed judge refused to declare the mandate unconstitutional, he undercut the administration's key argument that the penalty for failing to buy insurance is a 'tax,' and that the mandate it enforces is allowable within the broad taxing power provided by the Constitution. 'The provisions of the Health Care Reform Act at issue here, for the most part, have nothing to do with the assessment or collection of taxes,' Judge Steeh ruled. This is so important that the federal district judge in Florida, in Thursday's preliminary ruling in the second case, spent 22 pages analyzing it. If the fine is a penalty rather than a tax, Congress' power is far less extensive. Judge Roger Vinson noted Congress repeatedly called the fine a 'penalty,' explicitly changing its description from a 'tax' that earlier versions of the bill assessed by name. Citing Alice's admonition to Humpty Dumpty that words can't 'mean so many different things' as Humpty intended, Judge Vinson concluded, 'Congress should not be permitted to secure and cast politically difficult votes on controversial legislation by deliberately calling something one thing ... [only to] argue in court that Congress really meant something else entirely.' Judge Vinson explained that no matter what Congress called it, the assessment was designed to act as a punishment, not a revenue measure. Hence, it's not a tax. His 22-page analysis is an exposition of the logic that if something is called a duck, acts like a duck and quacks like a duck, it's a duck -- and the same goes for a penalty. The tax issue is vital because it's the Obama administration's fallback position if it loses on the first and biggest dispute, which is whether Congress has the power under the Commerce Clause not only to regulate commerce, but to force individuals to engage in specific commerce."
Others, it should be noted, are allowed to disapprove with impunity. A couple recent examples:"Via Conservative Heritage Times