Debra Medina Supporters Speak Out At Austin, Texas Rally For Nullification

On January 16, 2010, I drove to Austin, Texas to attend a rally at the State Capitol.
This rally was intended to assert the citizens’ desire for Texas Governor Rick Perry to call a special session in the Texas State Legislature immediately for nullification not only of Congress’s proposed health care bill, but ANY bill that Texas citizens felt was unconstitutional and to assert the 10th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution that reminds us that the powers that are not delegated to the U.S. government by the Constitution are retained by the separate states and by the people.
The rally, which was largely promoted by a group called New Revolution Now, featured speakers like John Stacy and Texas State Representative Leo Berman.
What I found was that the most important speakers of the day were the citizens that attended the rally. What I saw was that their voices, although powerful and resonant, were not entirely heard.
Their wish to see candidate for Texas Governor Debra Medina speak, was not granted that afternoon.
Medina has another engagement in Austin that evening, and hadn’t officially been invited to speak at the really, but according to sources she had briefly stopped by the Capitol that afternoon after hearing of the overwhelming voices of her supporters.
Listen to what these supporters had to say, along with two people associated with her campaign that traveled to the rally from Houston, Texas.
Thanks as always for your support,