Citizens Against Illegal Immigration meeting Saturday Aug 2

Arizona - 7/31/03 - PAN (Protect Arizona NOW initiative) supporters are invited to a rare meeting of Citizens Against Illegal Immigration (Kathy McKee, State Coordinator):

WHEN: 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, August 2, 2003
WHERE: Cholla Branch Library, 10050 Metro Parkway East, Phoenix
(distantly across from Dillards in Metro Mall)

Special guest speaker will be Phoenix Mayoral Candidate RANDY PULLEN.

As most of you know by now, Randy is well versed in immigration issues, has a strong commitment to enforcing immigration laws, and tackling illegal immigration has been one of his campaigns key issues -- all at least 360 degrees from his opponent, Phil Gordon, who voted for the "pilot" hiring hall at Bell & 26th Street, supporting future taxpayer funded hiring halls, supporting the Phoenix Police Department's diabolical Operations Order 1.4 ("hands off the illegals" policy), supporting a $5 MILLION family services center to complement the hiring hall, and on and on.

If there's anything the illegals/open borders crowd has ever asked for that Phil Gordon has not supported, I'd love to know what it is, wouldn't you? Yet many neighborhood groups can't seem to get past the little carrots he's held out to them, while destroying their own neighborhoods by letting illegals overrun them. Hello????

Hope to see you at this exciting meeting, where we'll also get an update on PAN's initiative.

Kathy McKee


The News Flash page at provides sufficient information to respond to the US Dept of Treasury about how you feel regarding documentation of immigrants. The issue is one of, do we want to have proper documentation for immigrants, (legal or illegal), or not? Selecting a "Yes" answer tells the department that you DO want documentation for these folks.


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