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Thursday, November 12, 2009

Tea Party Against AMNESTY For Illegal Aliens November 14, 2009!


Last few Days to Sign Up to Create/Attend Rallies: Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) is continuing to spearhead an effort called Against Amnesty to promote rallies against amnesty for illegal aliens on November 14. They are seeking organizers and attendees for events in every state in the nation. As of this writing, Tea Party rallies are planned in 49 cities and towns (see below), and almost 3,400 people have indicated they will participate.

Cities and Towns With Planned Tea Party Rallies Against Amnesty:
Yakima, WA; Sterling, VA; Alexandria, VA; Fort Worth, TX; Austin, TX; Columbia, SC; Hazleton, PA; Valley Forge, PA; McAlester, OK; Maria Stein, OH; Columbus, OH; Painesville, OH; Syracuse, NY; New York, NY; Las Vegas, NV; Dumont, NJ; Grand Island, NE; Omaha, NE; Raleigh, NC; St. Paul, MN; Waterford, MI; Detroit, MI; Wilbraham, MA; Metairie, LA; Chicago, IL; Post Falls, ID; Idaho Falls, ID; Boise, ID; Iowa City, IA; Fort Lauderdale, FL; Sebring, FL; Lake City, FL; Durango, CO; Denver, CO; Pasadena, CA; Los Banos, CA; San Francisco, CA; Santa Maria, CA; San Diego, CA; Sacramento, CA; Salinas, CA; Redding, CA; Riverside, CA; Big Bear Lake, CA; Phoenix, AZ; Snead, AL; and Anchorage, AK

If you are interested in holding your own rally on November 14, or attending one of those planned for close to you, start by visiting www.AgainstAmnesty.com and filling out a supporter form on the homepage. You can view all event locations on the web site and easily sign up to register your own rally. The web site has a “Tell Others” feature that allows you to contact your friends about this effort. ALIPAC also encourages people to use their e-mail contacts lists, Facebook, Myspace, Twitter, and online communities to spread the word about www.AgainstAmnesty.com. If you have any questions, the web site has a “Contact Us” page.

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