A pro-enforcement immigration political action committee is
targeting two Republican lawmakers who are advocating amnesty for
millions of illegal immigrants.
Recently, Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) told CBS's Face the
Nation that he believes it is time for "comprehensive
immigration reform" -- labeled otherwise by some as "amnesty."
One of those is William Gheen, president of Americans for Legal
Immigration PAC (ALIPAC). He believes Graham needs to
"He is up for re-election in 2014," he notes. "And
we are going to launch an activist effort in South Carolina to find
a very strong Republican candidate to defeat Lindsey Graham in the
Gheen says he also believes it is time to replace House Speaker
John Boehner (R-OH), who in the wake of the Republican election
defeats also said it was time to address immigration policy.
"We are calling on our 140 endorsed members of Congress to
oppose Boehner as speaker," he tells OneNewsNow. "We need a new
speaker who will meet with his caucus and represent the majority
wishes, opposing the amnesty, instead of doing things as John
Boehner has done."
Gheen believes amnesty will be one of the issues that will
result in a huge backlash against Obama during the 2014 mid-term
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