From Alipac – WARNING: Illegals Trying To Stack Deck For Friday Meeting


 Friends of ALIPAC,

We have received fresh information that pro-illegal immigration groups have activated their national networks via e-mails and phone text alerts to rally the illegal alien supporters to attend tomorrow’s meeting in Raleigh.

We also believe chances are high that they will bus in Latino students to make emotional appeals during the public input period.

THE ILLEGAL ALIENS AND THEIR SUPPORTERS ARE TELLING THEIR PEOPLE TO ARRIVE AT 9am., however, the meeting does not start until 10am. THEY MAY INTEND TO TAKE ALL THE SEATS BY COMING EARLY.

We know that 80% of North Carolina citizens agree with us. We know that 99% of those of you receiving this e-mail agrees with us. Our years spent building up our e-mail contact list tells us we have the numbers to dwarf our opposition at this meeting and win this round.

BUT ONLY IF YOU SHOW UP AND COME EARLY FRIDAY MORNING!

If you fail to attend in significant numbers, you will be reading headlines distributed all across the nation this weekend claiming that the pro-enforcement side is weak and unsupported, where as the pro-amnesty side is strong and supported.

The decision on tomorrow’s headlines is yours.

WE HAVE FOUND A WAY TO DEFEAT THIS ATTEMPT TO RESTORE ACCESS TO OUR COMMUNITY COLLEGES FOR ILLEGAL ALIENS.

While we cannot share our full strategy at this time, we can tell you that the path to victory in this influential battle depends on your participation.

Those planning to replace your innocent American children in the over capacity community colleges, with illegals have this meeting scheduled at a time many of you will consider inconvenient because of work, family, and the Holidays.

We have four different organizations working to represent the pro-enforcement side tomorrow.

Please come before 9am, if at all possible. If you cannot be there before 9am come as soon as you can and bring as many people with you as possible. Please bring video and still shot cameras, if possible.

Being there is the most important thing, but if you are also willing to speak, if only to say “I’m a legal North Carolina citizen and I oppose illegal aliens receiving taxpayer resources or going to our community colleges” that will be enough! Of course you can say more if you like.

Here is our press release on the meeting, with talking points and event times and locations…

NC Citizens To Speak Out Against Illegals In Community Colleges
http://www.alipac.us/article-4784-thread-1-0.html

We repeat the essentials

COME BEFORE 9AM TO STOP ILLEGALS FROM TAKING YOUR SEAT AT THE MEETING!

Come show your opposition to illegal aliens taking taxpayer resources from our American students by attending and or speaking at….

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NORTH CAROLINA STATE BOARD OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

The State Board of Community Colleges has initiated the permanent rule-making process to amend 23 N.C.A.C. 2C.0301 –

“Admission to Colleges” as published in 24:08 NCR 568. Please note that a public hearing on this Rule will be from 10:00 a.m. -12:30 p.m. on Friday, December 18 2009 at the following location:

Archives and History/State Library Building
109 East Jones Street
Raleigh, NC 27603

Oral Comments: All persons desiring to provide an oral comment will be required to sign in and provide his or her name, affiliation, city and state prior to speaking. Oral comments will be limited to three (3) minutes per person. The Hearing Officer prefers that any person desiring to make an oral presentation at the public hearing present a written copy of the presentation prior to addressing the hearing.

Written Comments: Parties wishing to provide written comments may do so. The deadline for submitting written comments is 5:00 p.m. on Friday, December 18, 2009. Written comments may be submitted at the public hearing or may be submitted to the following:

Q. Shanté Martin, Rule-making Coordinator
200 W. Jones Street, 5001 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699-5001
Email: publiccomments@nccommunitycolleges.edu

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William Gheen of ALIPAC’s key talking points.

“Non-elected administrators should not be making this decision, North Carolina elected officials should. The NC State Board of Community Colleges is depriving all NC residents of a true voice or representation by deciding important policy matters like this.”

“81% of NC residents oppose in-state tuition for illegal aliens, which is the eventual goals of the same groups pushing today for illegal aliens to have access to our Community Colleges. Scientific and certified polls consistently show that between 70-80% of Americans oppose any non-medical emergency taxpayer benefits for illegal aliens, such as Community College Access.”

“Giving illegal aliens access to taxpayer resources such as our community colleges will only encourage more illegal immigration to our state. NC is already a high impact state for illegal immigration because the Democratic Governor and state legislators have been giving illegal aliens drivers licenses and attempting to give them even more benefits like in-state tuition.”

“How dare this board even meet to consider the possibility of replacing an American student in the limited seats in our colleges, at a time when our colleges are over capacity and turning people away who need new job training in this economic nightmare?”

Hope to see many of you in the morning!

William Gheen and the ALIPAC Team
www.alipac.us

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