Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Texas Primary Today

Debra Medina's polling numbers dropping. Governor Rick Perry, incumbent, polling at 47 percent. Kay Bailey Hutchinson at 26 percent.

If noone gets 51 percent of the vote today, the top two will have a run-off in six weeks.

Recall, Sarah Palin endorsed Gov. Rick Perry.

We can't help but continue to wonder who controls which Tea Party?

Net the Truth Online

glenn beck's interview of Debra Medina vs glenn Beck's interview of Sarah Palin (after Palin's omment it was fair game to question production of President Barack Obama's birth certificate made the internet news)

Beck interviews Debra Medina




Beck interviews Sarah Palin

ah move on nothing to see from Beck, he doesn't ask Palin about her comments

Sarah Palin Gets On The Birther Bandwagon Then Gets Off (Update)
by Colby Hall | 7:25 am, December 4th, 2009

In an interview with conservative talk radio host Rusty Humphries yesterday, Sarah Palin was asked if she would get behind the “Birther” controversy and her response is sure to raise some eyebrows. When asked if she “would make the birth certificate an issue if (she) ran?” Palin called the conspiracy theory a “fair question.” She also compared it to the “weird conspiracy theory freaky thing that people talk about, that Trig isn’t my real son.” Update – Palin clarified her position via her Facebook page.

The birth certificate controversy centers around Barack Obama’s legitimacy as President because he hasn’t proved he was born in the U.S. Though this theory has been debunked by numerous sources, Palin appears to believe it to be a legitimate issue. And while she never claimed that she would raise the issue, she made clear that she wouldn’t have to, because the public already is.

Palin also placed the birth certificate conspiracy theory in the same category as voting records, calling it “fair game” and adding that “the McCain-Palin campaign, didn’t do a good enough job in that area.” During last year’s election the McCain’s campaign claimed to have lookedinto the birth certificate question and, like every other serious examination, dismissed it...


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