This morning I find myself a little perturbed by the recent news of Sarah Palin choice to campaign for Rick Perry for Governor of Texas. At first I thought, “What?” But quickly I understood how someone who presented themselves as Sarah did can become an endorser of someone like Rick Perry. Now I live in Houston, Texas the largest city in Texas and I know what living in Texas is like. In Houston we have as the monument of Texas the “worlds” second largest abortion super clinic. When I discovered this atrocity was being constructed here, I was at a lost for words. Many see Texas as the stronghold for fundamentalist Baptist teaching and the center of the Bible belt and we have the world’s second largest abortion center? This is the second largest in the entire world. Think about that for a minute.
My question is this. Who are the gatekeepers of Texas? This is not a Houston thing, this is a Texas thing and for our government’s administration and our Senators to allow such funding to enter Texas, someone has not been doing their jobs. The lives of future little Texans hangs in the balance and we must have leaders who truly uphold life and not just do lip service. As a Christian Conservative I believe in upholding Godly principles. And life is a principle that God holds dear. As a voter I choose those who I will support and endorse by the content of a candidates character, not by whether they can bring tears to my eyes in a speech. Our current sitting Governor is a run of the mill GOP good ole boy, the kind Sarah Palin use to work against. Now I know that I am going to make a lot of people mad, but because I am a person of deep conviction and principle, in a nation that is grossly lacking in this type of character, it is expected. From the election of President Obama, I thought that maybe Americans would run from their embracing of “cult politics”, supporting people because of who they are and what they can do to stroke one’s emotions. I was afforded the opportunity to attend the KERA debates in Denton, Texas where Debra Medina, current Governor Rick Perry and Senator Kay Bailey Hutchinson attended. It was embarrassing to see this man get on national TV and act like a kindergartener, then think that anyone would actually vote for him to be re-elected. And Kay showed the classic case of jumping around the issues.
The Tea Party movement also heavily embraces Rick Perry. The Tea Party groups once identified themselves as the engine behind promoting grassroots candidates who were God-fearing and principled. At the debate Rick Perry would not own up to the fact that Texas has lost over 300,000 jobs. He boasted of creating 150,000 jobs, of which all came from the government sector. The property taxes in Texas have risen by 49% and the border problems here are still a joke. These are real issues that Texans must face and find effective solutions to. The only thing Perry did in the debate is showed that he like other career politicians don’t believe that American’s are paying any attention and could care less about the future of their states or nation.
There was at one point in this debate where a student asked a question about an “in of life” law that was imposed in healthcare practices. Neither Rick Perry nor Kay Bailey Hutchinson knew that this law existed. The only person who had a clue was Debra Medina. When I first met Debra I liked her because she has a genuine personality. I first discovered her through a Tea Party meeting that I attended, I immediately requested that she complete our “Mommy Approved Candidates Survey” and she did. I know Debra personally and thought that she would be the kind of candidate Sarah Palin would stand behind and support. I am deeply disappointed in Sarah Palins decision to endorse Rick Perry, however it is her decision to make. I hold dear our freedom to be able to make whatever choices we desire as Americans and I respect that in Sarah Palin’s case as well. I would hope that Texans reject Rick Perry regardless of what big ticket name puts their support behind him. We Texans and we American’s need to return to the God-inspired principles of our founding fathers, a subject Rick Perry or Kay Bailey Hutchinson appear to know little of. Debra Medina is a student of the constitution and understands the working of the Republic that God inspired to be created through our founding fathers.
Conservative Moms for America endorses Debra Medina as Governor of the State of Texas. Being a mom, I desire someone who understands and embraces the concerns I have. Debra is a registered nurse who understands the problems that exist in our current healthcare system and will allow Texas to become a leader in quality healthcare. She home schooled both her children and for me that speaks volumes. She understands “mom politics” and will be a leader in issues that are of concern to moms and the future of our children in issues pertaining to life, education, healthcare and economics. We can not allow Texas to go down the road of electing status quo politicians. Texans deserve better, and so does America. It will be up to the voters of Texas to follow the examples of the voters of Massachusetts, and reject the status quo and elect a candidate that will bring the leadership and quality representation and send a message that our states will be a government established by “we the people” and the confines of our US Constitution and the Declaration of Independents. It bothers me when any outsider try to ram the status quo down the throats of Texans. Don’t tread on us and please “don’t mess with Texas.
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