Republican Presidential Debate (Pepper Them With Questions)

November 7, 2011
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Our good friend William Gheen has some suggestions for concerned voters who want to see the issues of immigration and border control feature prominently at Wednesday’s CNBC-hosted Republican Presidential debate. Here they are, courtesy of ALIPAC, but feel free to add your own suggestions in the comments below.

Friends of ALIPAC,

Another GOP Presidential debate is coming up this Wednesday on CNBC.

You can submit questions via the CNBC website.

You can also submit questions using the CNBCdebate hash tag on Twitter, or you can post your questions on CNBC’s Facebook wall.

Our past efforts to have the candidates answer questions about illegal immigration have been very successful.

Please take a few minutes to review our suggested questions and then submit your versions.

Sample 1
As President would you honor the US Constitution by enforcing America’s existing border and immigration laws, or would you favor Comprehensive  Immigration Reform or Dream Act amnesty instead?
Sample 2
Would you fight to stop 12-20 million illegal aliens from voting in US elections?

Sample 3
Do you support in-state tuition and a special Bush-era guest worker amnesty for illegal aliens like Rick Perry does?

Sample 4
Do you support the Dream Act Amnesty for illegal aliens like Newt Gingrich does?

Sample 5
Do you believe illegal aliens should have to leave the United States as mandated by current federal law, or do you support changing the law to allow them to stay and become citizens and a new voting block in American politics?

Sample 6
As President would you reverse Barack Obama’s amnesty for illegal immigrants created by mysterious memos that bypass Congress?

Feel free to enter your own questions, but the most important thing is that we flood CNBC with illegal immigration related questions for the next 48 hours.

Let’s roll!

The ALIPAC Team

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