January 14, 2010
Debra Medina, a political candidate challenging Rick Perry for governor of Texas, will not be allowed to participate in a televised debate with Perry and Kay Bailey Hutchison in Dallas on January 29.
|“Debra Medina is the best candidate to put Texas back in the hands of Texans by leading the way to a return of constitutional government.”|
“Candidate Debra Medina, who has polled between 4 and 7 percent support among likely Republican voters in recent polls, did not meet the sponsor’s criteria to be included in the debate,” reports The Dallas Morning News earlier this week.
“The hour-long debate between the two major governor candidates in the GOP primary will be hosted by The Dallas Morning News and Belo Corp., which owns 20 television stations including those in Dallas (WFAA-TV), Houston (KHOU-TV), San Antonio (KENS-TV) and Austin (KVUE-TV),” states the newspaper.
“There’s a blatant disconnect between politicians and the people they are elected to represent. This political disregard of what’s best for the People of Texas and the profiteering of special interests has fueled a fire that is spreading across this Great State. We Texans now have the opportunity to put the Governor’s mansion back in the hands of the people through Debra Medina, a business woman, rancher, wife, mother, homeschooler and person of utmost integrity,” Medina’s website explains.
[efoods]Rick Perry likes to pose as a constitutionalist and supporter of the tea party movement. Perry is a consummate insider who supports the CFR’s plan to build a “North American Community.” He was summoned to a Bilderberg meeting in 2007. He also worked tirelessly to bring the so-called NAFTA Superhighway to Texas.
“Rick Perry has not only been instrumental in the contentious development of the Trans-Texas Corridor — often argued to be necessary infrastructure for regional government under C.F.R. plans for a North American Community and the Security & Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP.gov) signed by President Bush,” writes Aaron Dykes for The Jones Report. “Rick Perry has also privatized TxU (Texas Utilities), handing it off to global investment firms and private control who are heavily involved in the Bilderberg group.”
Kay Bailey Hutchison, currently the senior U.S. senator from Texas, figures prominently in the establishment. She is associated with David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, and the American Friends of Bilderberg.
In December, Hutchison posted a Twitter indicating she would welcome including Medina in the debate. The Dallas-based media conglomerate Belo Corporation obviously disagrees, especially since Medina has emphatically stated if elected she will put an end to corporate shenanigans in government.
Belo may be contacted as follows:
R. Paul Fry
Vice President/Investor Relations & Corporate Communications
If you live in Texas, you may want to contact these gentlemen and tell them you do not appreciate their effort to rig the debate and limit it to establishment insiders.
Alex Jones talked with Debra Medina on October 29, 2009:
This article was posted: Thursday, January 14, 2010 at 6:50 pm