A little over a week ago, we noted that the American for Legal Immigration PAC was desperately trying to raise $11,000 in order to avoid being forced to shut down. Thanks to a last minute donation, ALIPAC took in enough money to keep functioning, which means the organization can now get back to doing what it does best – like demanding that data from the Census “be used to detect, detain, and deport illegal immigrants” who fill it out:
ALIPAC is asking supporters to initiate tens of thousands of calls to Congressional offices asking for a new law that would allow US Census data to be used to detect, detain, and deport illegal immigrants who fill out the 2010 Census.
“Our Federal government has a Constitutional responsibility to enforce our existing immigration laws and those laws state that it is unlawful to encourage or assist an illegal alien to remain unlawfully in the US,” said William Gheen. “Therefore, we are asking Congress to pass new legislation to block the Obama administration’s current efforts, which are encouraging illegal aliens to use the American Census to steal more taxpayer resources and diminish representation for legal Americans.”
“Each illegal alien counted by the census without deportation will take away taxpayer resource allocation and congressional representation from one legal American citizen,” said William Gheen. “We want Congress to take action now to authorize and require the use of census data collected to identify illegal aliens, exclude them from the census count for tax resources and Congressional redistricting, and to detain and deport those found in violation of our immigration laws.”