Saturday, February 13th, 2010
Today, Glenn Beck interviewed Debra Medina on his radio show. He will probably play sound bites of it tonight on TV. What a disappointment that Glenn would pull such a shoddy attack as he did here. Glenn actually tried to put words in Medina’s mouth and didn’t even bother to listen to the substance of what she had to say.
It was obvious to me anyway, that Debra Medina is posing a huge threat to Incumbent Perry, who Glenn’s new buddy Sarah Palin has endorsed. I notice that all the Fox people are running “Love Sarah” campaigns these days. I just hope that people are so fooled by Sarah Palin that they don’t take the time to see that she has sold out.
Hasn’t Glenn Beck been pointing out that John McCain is a progressive? Didn’t Sarah endorse him as well? Can we all spell “HYPOCRITE”!!!
This interview was nothing more than an Ambush to try and discredit Debra Medina. I hope you all see it for what it is.
by Debra Medina on Feb 11, 2010
The question surprised me because it’s not relevant to this race or the issues facing Texans. This campaign has always been about private property rights and state sovereignty. It is focused on the issues facing Texans. It is not a vehicle for the 9-11 truth movement or any other group.
The real underlying question here, though, is whether or not people have the right to question our government. I think the fact that people are even asking questions on this level gets to the incredible distrust career politicians have fostered by so clearly taking their direction from special interests instead of the people, whether it’s Rick Perry and his HPV mandate or Kay Hutchison and voting for the bank bailout. It is absolutely the right and duty of a free people to question their government. Texas does not need another politician who tells you what you want to hear, then violates your liberties and steals your property anyway. I fully expect to be questioned and to be held accountable as Governor, and that’s the underlying issue here: should people be questioning their government. And the answer is yes, they should be.
This article was posted: Saturday, February 13, 2010 at 5:17 am