The point is that Debra Medina SEEMED like a professional politician with her equivocating on the 9/11 issue. I think she could have been more clear. In any event, I tend to agree with Alex Jones that she is certainly representative of a major shake-up should she be elected. Here’s hoping that she is the real deal . . . .
Thank you for your comments and your questions.
As you know, Debra Medina is not a trained polished professional politician. She is a regular person who is trying their best to give the people of Texas a choice for liberty in the upcoming election.
Debra has always upheld the right of citizens to ask questions of their government and to seek answers to those questions. Shortly after the Glenn Beck interview, Debra, once again, made this abundantly clear in her press conference:
Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MiL4DDFzGRc&feature=channel <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MiL4DDFzGRc&feature=channel>
Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7s2qndlFlnU&feature=channel <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7s2qndlFlnU&feature=channel>
Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-nqCuES_Z4A&feature=channel <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-nqCuES_Z4A&feature=channel>
A lot of people, after an interview with Mark Davis, have become upset with Debra because they believe that she agreed with a view point opposite of that in her press conference.
This is not the case.
Debra still believes that people have the right to question their government and to seek answers. In that interview, the host asked her to agree with a very complex statement. Debra chose to agree with the part of that statement she did agree with, “that she was sorry, that she messed up” and was not a 9/11 truther and she chose to ignore the inflammatory statement that such people were part of a despicable cult. Pointing this out to the host would not have moved the interview forward, it would have been a distraction that would have taken the interview off the topic of Debra’s beliefs and what is needed in Texas into another debate about 9/11 truth, which is not a belief that Debra subscribes to or that she is even that knowledgeable about. She even went so far in the interview to describe what she meant by agreeing. “I agree with your Mark, I laughed it off when he said that I was a truther, because it was so absurd. And I should have just said NO, absolutely not. I’m not a truther, its abundantly clear I am not a truther. You know these things happen to us and we say we should have done better and move on”.
Debra is not a 9/11 truther and believes that Muslim Terrorist carried out those attacks. Debra did say in that interview that it was a despicable belief that our President and our government would kill its own people to justify war, but nowhere did she say it was despicable to ask questions about what happened, and even said she originally thought the Beck questions were about the questions surrounding the 9/11 commission report, questions that have been raised by the commission itself.
I am sure Debra feels bad about anyone who was offended by this interview, it was not her intention to throw anyone way.
Debra is not running to be governor of 9/11, she is running for the governor of Texas. This race is about the direction that the State of Texas is going to take in this crucial time in our history. Are we going to stand up against an encroaching, liberty grabbing government? Or are we going to let the main stream media change the debate to a subject that is not relevant to the race and that distracts the people away from the real problems that are occurring?
We not only have the chance to change history in Texas, and restore our rights as a free people, but also the course of the US. The world is watching what we do here in Texas. Are we going to let this stop us? I have placed my faith in the ability of Debra Medina to lead us in this fight, and I will stand by her and fight for our rights with her. I will not cave because the opposition is trying to divide and conquer. No one said this was going to be an easy fight. It’s up to us to stay the course, keep our eye on the prize, and keep fighting.
Medina for Texas
P.S. Please don’t be saddened that this email isn’t more tailor fit for your question/statement. While this is not a form letter, as I have taken the time to write it out myself, it is the same one everyone inquiring about this topic is going get as I have to send out about 750 between tonight and tomorrow night. I hope you understand.