On the GOP governor primary in Texas

GM Roper has an article on the goings-on in Texas, Heavyweight Showdown in Texas GOP Primary for Governor

A popular U.S. senator and an incumbent governor headline a close race, but a feisty conservative activist is gaining ground.

Among the contenders,

Last but by no means least is the most conservative of the bunch, Debra Medina. A Republican Party activist and the former Wharton County Republican Party chair, as well as the former state coordinator for the Campaign for Liberty, Medina is an admitted long shot, but she has seemingly pushed an awful lot of the right buttons with her share of likely voters

Medina, “the most conservative of the bunch”… but wait, don’t the Democrats claim that anyone of Spanish surname (be it by marriage or by descent) belongs to them?

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3 Responses to “On the GOP governor primary in Texas”

  1. O Bloody Hell Says:

    > Medina, “the most conservative of the bunch”… but wait, don’t the Democrats claim that anyone of Spanish surname (be it by marriage or by descent) belongs to them?

    That may be true out in Cali, and perhaps it’s somewhat true in Texas, but it’s certainly not so in Florida. The predominant Hispanics — Cubans — are almost uniformly GOP supporters and conservatives (They’ve had their lifetime fill of leftist BS, thanks). They’re the main reason South Florida, otherwise all blacks and liberal snowbirds, isn’t solidly blue.

  2. GM Roper Says:

    Fausta, didn’t get back to a computer till today. So, thanks for the link, and all of your friendship.

    GM

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