Though the topic has fallen off the radar since 2006, it is widely expected that the Obama administration and congressional leaders will try to move forward on comprehensive immigration reform legislation sometime this year.
As such, we can expect to hear more from right-wing anti-immigration groups like Americans for Legal Immigration, which are still active around the country as demonstrated by the group’s response to the failure of legislation in New Jersey that would have allowed undocumented immigrants to obtain in-state tuition rates at public universities.
AILPAC is rejoicing that it has defeated this “globalist plan to restructure America” and vows to “go on offense” and “fire more politicians in D.C. than you can count”:
“This makes about the 20th time we have helped to defeat this aspect of the Globalist plans to restructure America since 2005,” said William Gheen, president of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC. “Citizen activism has helped defeat in-state tuition for illegals in every state except for two in the last five years, since we defeated the measure in North Carolina.”
In-state tuition for illegal immigrants is part of a Globalist plan to build an economic block in North America that integrates populations and suppresses Americans using hyper legal immigration and rampant illegal immigration as a nation building tool.
“Tonight we celebrate our latest victory in New Jersey and we thank and congratulate our supporters and activists,” Gheen said. “Tomorrow we will announce plans to go on offense to reverse in-state tuition for illegals in the states of Nebraska and Texas using legislation and court challenges.”
The defeat of in-state tuition for illegal aliens in New Jersey creates an opportunity for the pro-immigration enforcement Americans to return to strategic positions of political offense. After every battle, each side must decide to advance, dig in, or retreat.
“Tomorrow, we go on offense,” said Gheen. “Time for the illegal aliens and their supporters to start playing defense in the states and the elections. Tomorrow we advance in Texas and Nebraska!”
ALIPAC plans to release plans to support legislation in Nebraska that will rescind in-state tuition in the state, after some lawmakers sneaked the provision through without significant public knowledge or input two years ago.
ALIPAC also plans to launch support for a lawsuit that has been filed in Texas to rescind in-state tuition and other taxpayer benefits for illegals.
Other plans are being made to circulate and file strong state level comprehensive immigration enforcement legislation such as the laws passed in Georgia, Arizona, Oklahoma, and South Carolina.
“We are going to launch a major initiative in the states as part of our plans to defeat the Amnesty legislation in Washington,” said Gheen. “And then we are going to fire more politicians in D.C. than you can count!”