Debra Medina, a native Texan and a Republican, is running for governor of Texas. She could be dubbed the "Tea Party" candidate or the "9-12" candidate. Mrs. Medina, age 47, is a well-spoken nurse, mother, wife, rancher, and homeschooler. Here's her official campaign site. She has been endorsed by U.S. Border Watch. Photos from the Open Carry BBQ.
Video 1 is her being interviewed by two (somewhat snotty) establishment journalists. She more than holds her own explaining why she wants to eliminate the property tax and why she's not a "spoiler" (She has to face Governor Rick Perry and Senator Kay Baily Hutchinson in the March 2 primary.) and why she wants to court the Latino vote. Videos 2 and 3 are her interview with Alex Jones, the antithesis of a snooty pundit. Mr. Jones, and his callers, are very excited about Debra's candidacy.
Update: Pastor Chuck Baldwin does a little cheerleading for Debra.
'Nother update: Debra's interview with G. Beck, about truthing, forces her to clarify her comments.
I don't think D.M. answered that question very well (perhaps, she was trying to be diplomatic?) given what she later said. However, Glen seemed to be indulging in a game of gotcha, because he has admitted he does enthusiastically agree with her 'states right' message.