R.Perry – doesn’t sound much like a principled conservative

Rick Perry Wanted Bi-National Health Insurance With Mexico

Sunday, August 28th at 10:18PM EDT

I just read the text of Rick Perry’s remarks to the Border Summit on Aug, 21st 2001. How in the hell is this stuff slipping through the cracks without a single mention in the conservative press? If this had been Obama, Sean Hannity would have been talking about it 24/7 during the last presidential campaign.

There are many passages in the speech that are of great concern to me, but this one really caught my attention.

…Legislation authored by border legislators Pat Haggerty and Eddie Lucio establishes an important study that will look at the feasibility of bi-national health insurance. This study recognizes that the Mexican and U.S. sides of the border compose one region, and we must address health care problems throughout that region. That’s why I am also excited that Texas Secretary of State Henry Cuellar is working on an initiative that could extend the benefits of telemedicine to individuals living on the Mexican side of the border….

Does Rick Perry still support an international health insurance program such as the one he laid out in his speech that day? Will someone in the media please ask him before it’s too late?

You can read the entire text of Perry’s speech HERE.

Included are many references to our “shared future” …

“Mexico and the United States have a shared history, and a common future. And it is along this border where we will either fail or succeed in addressing the education, health care and transportation needs of our two peoples.”

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2 Responses to R.Perry – doesn’t sound much like a principled conservative

  1. admin says:

    Support Rick Perry…because he’s a Bilderberger!

    Excerpt from TEA Party Nation:

    In summation, I find Perry’s Bilderberg attendance to be a net positive, because:

    His views and thoughts are held in high regard by these most powerful people. You would prefer one who’s views are held in low regard?
    He is entrusted with important secrets, whatever they may be! You prefer one who cannot be entrusted with secrets, or invades the privacy of others?
    He holds influence that can affect the world at large, inside and outside of this country! Or, do you prefer the Great American Apologist’s approach?


    Let’s continue to vote for the lesser of two evils.

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