BECK as the JOKER - The best defense of Debra Medina yet. You've got to see thisSubmitted by rlcmcallen on Thu, 02/11/2010 - 21:18
Glenn Beck looks even better as the Joker than Obama.
Editorial by the Chairman of the Rio Grande Valley Republican Liberty Caucus on today's hit job on Debra Medina.
Here is a good part of the editorial:
Yes indeed: The New York Times & CBS News conducted a scientific poll in 2006 regarding the official government story on 9/11. How is it possible that only 16% of the population can believe the official story? Because there were too many inconsistencies in the investigation. But this is all a moot point. Debra Medina is running for the Texas Governor’s seat and looking to fix the problems here in Texas, from the looming multibillion-dollar budget problem we face, lack of oversight of the out-of-control Texas Department of Transportation, personal freedoms and liberties which are increasingly under attack, and perhaps most importantly, private property rights.
If 84% of the population thinks there is something sketchy with the official story, then they must all be crazy right? Maybe Glenn Beck only lives in that 16% and refuses to look outside into reality. It’s a far cry from wanting to see more evidence, and being a 9/11 Truther. But again, that’s a moot point because Beck isn’t interested in reporting News, but is actually interested in Entertainment. His website and opening to the radio show even clearly admit it: The Fusion of Entertainment and Enlightenment. Wait- “entertainment” is the most important thing? So, let’s not discuss issues of import to the daily lives of Texans. Instead, more ratings can be garnered by attacking and villifying a candidate for wanting to focus on the existing issues in the race.
If your opinion or vote is predicated on Medina’s not saying “We need to send those damn truthers to Guatanamo!” then you need to stop drinking the kool-aid. She’s a staunch supporter of smaller government. She appeals to people who either A) don’t trust the government to begin with or B) are tired of the government lying to them the past several decades about wars and the economy that everything they tell us now must be questioned. Both describe Texas Conservatism pretty well, not the pro-war Neoconservative agenda.
More people who care about Texas fall within part B) because they are sick and tired of our government’s lack of transparency. That’s why this Glenn Beck interview will help her numbers go up instead of what you are assuming.
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