It is difficult to accept the fact that Debra Medina endorsed Straus, calling him “steadfast in his commitment to wield the gavel in a fair and just manner” and “committed to making sure that the will of the members and of the citizens of Texas be done in the coming session.”
In the eyes of true conservatives, supporting Speaker Straus in indefensible?
More times than I can recall, I have heard Rush Limbaugh say, “It’s not what they say, It’s what they do that matters”.
Debra Medina hosts a monthly potluck with Tea Party activists at her home in Wharton on Sept. 6, 2013.
Why would anyone want Debra Medina to run for governor as an independent?
The civics class answer: to slip her past the Republican and Democratic primaries and into a general election where she might become a welcome alternative to the major parties’ candidates.
My Personal Line in the Sand
This article first appeared on Red Diva’s Drivel
Posted by: reddiva | February 12, 2010
You have one too, so don’t make fun of me. We all have a certain line that when crossed has the result of a radical change in thought, opinion, or belief in something or someone. Has your line been crossed? Mine has.
I have supported and endorsed Debra Medina as Governor of Texas. I did so with the full knowledge of her LIbertarian leanings. There have been a couple of statements issued by her campaign that I questioned, but I felt like the people of Texas would be able to overcome the negativity suggested and see through the folly of the statement itself.
Debra Medina’s appearance on the Glenn Beck Radio show today caused quite a stir among Texas voters. Click here to listen to Medina’s interview with Glenn Beck.
Is Debra Medina a 9/11 truther ~ you decide.