Thursday, February 11, 2010

Thank Heavens for Debra Medina

Debra Medina has been presenting a solid free market/live and let live campaign for the Republican nomination for governor of Texas. She is now well into double digits in the polls. She may not win the Republican Primary (this time), but she has provided a great litmus test as to who is for real as far as loving liberty and who is a fraud.

On the national level we can now identify two more people who clearly are infiltrators of the live and let live philosophy, and are attempting to take control of the freedom movement to keep it safely in the hands of the power elite.

Sarah Palin recently campaigned in Texas against Medina, and for an insider opponent of Medina, Rick Perry. This is what the Austin Statesman has to say about Perry:
Perry is firmly establishment in Texas but has campaigned as anti-Washington in his March 2 GOP primary race against U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison.
This is what the Statesman reports Palin said about Perry:
"The stakes are so high in America today," said Palin, who brought her youngest daughter, Piper, to the event. "I look forward to Texas sending Washington a message because you're doing it right in Texas.

"This election will send an important message how Washington can solve the problems: the Texas way or the Washington way... Washington is broken but your state, under Rick Perry, is setting an example that a lot of others want to follow."
Another "freedom lover", Glenn Beck set Medina up with some questions out of the blue about 9-11 that were clearly designed by Perry operatives.

In the past, the only Glenn Beck stuff I have seen was what he did on Goldman Sachs, which was always solid. However, I have also seen the internet posts about him being a plant. What he did with Medina was a hit job, which means we know where Beck really stands when the chips are down, and whose phone calls he answers.

Bottom line, Ron Paul has started a very powerful anti-big government movement. It is too powerful for the elite to simply stop, so they have plants posing as part of the grassroots movement to direct it ever so subtly back towards the mainstream. There are likely other such operatives in the Tea Party movement, itself. They are kind of like sleeper cells ready to be activated when needed.

I have always been suspicious about Palin and have never said much positive about her. Medina has now clearly smoked her out. It's the same thing with Beck. This boy is a major league hit man called in for special occasions. There is simply no chance he didn't understand how he was manipulating the questioning of Medina and how Perry would be able to use it.

One closing thought, if the heavy guns, Palin and Beck are being used to take out Medina, that's two very good reasons to vote for her. Clearly, the elite are very scared of Medina.


  1. Glenn Beck is a knave, a Judas goat, an operative.

    His job is to discredit Medina, to herd the sheep back into the 'l v. r' 'R v. D' pen.

    Glenn Beck is scum, and it's truly sad that some good hearted patriots have fallen for his propaganda.

  2. Glenn Beck is a true patriot and I don't believe for one minute that he was used by anyone to frame Debra Medina. He asked her a simple question about 9/11 and she did not give a good answer, period. What Perry's operatives did with it, they did on their own. The fact of the matter is that Ms Medina's own words are what caused her problem.

  3. I'm not a fan of Beck's but generally speaking, "hit pieces" are not his forte, afaik.
    Still, the question of 9/11 will always be unfair because all the tools of preventing it were available but not utilized. Despite inventing new tools and invading more privacy, yet again 8 years, 3 months, and 2 weeks after 9/11, all the tools were there to prevent that near disaster but they were left unused.

    Yet whenever somebody claims with extensive support that policies conducive of cooperation in the intelligence committee and a little more common sense would keep us safer, freer, and in a lot less debt than FISA and the $trillion Iraqi invasion, that person gets labeled as unpatriotic. Beck should just not have gone there.

  4. Beck is a Muckraker pure and simple.

    Nice hit job on Ron Paul in the presidential primaries and
    Nice hit job on Medina.

  5. Darlajune, Go ahead and support Rick "Bilderberg Group" Perry or KBH, another globalist insider. These people will sell your ass out in a flash.

    You are naive at best.

  6. Rick Perry funneled millions to two Carlyle Group subs, then pushed out or altered their job commitments.

    Kay Bailey won't hammer him on Carlyle corporate giveaways, given her backing by James A. Baker, III and George H.W. Bush.

    Debra Medina could pummel Perry with his bad deals for which Texas taxpayers suffer.

  7. "A society of cheaters and the cheated."

  8. BTW the official 9/11 story is bunk.

    6 of the 10 people who wrote the report have stated that the report is a sham.

    But go ahead, keep swallowing what the govt feeds you. Question nothing, and most importantly, attack those who do. Big Brother loves you after all.

  9. I've already donated to the Medina campaign. Because of Beck's treatment of her, I plan to donate even more. A money bomb is on Feb. 15th.

    The Beck interview came down to attempting to leave this impression: "you're crazy if you question the government!" We know they will try any way they can to stifle dissent or even something as basic as asking questions!

  10. If Palin or Beck were true Tea Party members, they would be backing Ron Paul and Debra Medina. The question Beck should have asked was, "When elected governor, will you order the arrests of Rick Perry and Kaye Bailey Hutchinson under the Logan Act or for sedition?

  11. Good grief, Perry got Beck to set up Medina with this question which then got Medina to give a stupid truther answer?

    I wonder if Rockwell will next theorize that they somehow used HAARP to zap the stupid answer into her head.

    Back to the bedpans Deb.

  12. Too bad about Beck. He's had some good shows criticizing the progresive movement. But I have heard him rail against the "9/11 truthers." A mindless derogatory label.

    It seems human nature requires an enemy to beat up. If not domesticaly through taxes and regulations than internationally through war.

    Politicians promote this cycle of violence, destruction and poverty so stop voting it only encourages them.

  13. WHat' wrong with what she said?
    We need a candidate who will get to the truth and isn't in the back pocket of the trilateral commission and masons.

  14. Medina is a truther. But Palin is a birther and Perry is a secessionist.

    Really, all of the GOP is pretty batshit crazy right now. :(

  15. By now almost all of us have heard of the recent interview with gubernatorial candidate Debra Medina on the Glenn Beck radio show and we've all drawn our own opinions, some less rational than others. I think it's a sad day in American politics when a candidate can't reserve final judgment on an incomplete investigation.

    The 9/11 Commission did indeed investigate the events of 9/11 and release a thorough report on that investigation, but the investigation and deliberations had about as much transparency as the health care debates. I'm sure we all read the report in its entirety so we must've caught the little snippet about the report being "without dissent." In simple terms that means anything that any commission member had any disagreement with did not make it into that report. I guess the American people shouldn't be bothered with minor factoids. These harsh rules, and others the public was never made aware of, were so egregious as to compel former commission member Senator Max Cleland to resign. His main opposition, however, was rooted in the White House's attempts to severely limit access to information, some of which was seen by certain members but never shared with the commission as a whole.

    The greatest insult to the victims of 9/11 and their families is to accept a horribly flawed and closed-door investigation as the final word on the subject. I still support Debra Medina's bid for governor and no amount of slander, true or untrue, will ever make the other two candidates an attractive choice.

  16. If people had a brain they would know that the way Bush got into office was by attacks by the leftist media, now Palin seems to be getting the same attention. They pick our nominee's for us, but people are to stupid to realize it. Medina would be a fresh new start, and who doesn't want to do away with property taxes, I guess the people like to pay taxes to the elitist's who are already robbing us. Beck finally got found out. Thanks Debra, you got my vote and everyone in my family also.