What the Republican candidate’s primary win tells us about the grassroots movement.
March 2, 2010, couldn’t have been one of Congressman Ron Paul’s better days. Debra Medina, the candidate he introduced to voters after she managed part of his Presidential Campaign in 2008, lost her own bid for the Republican Texas Gubernatorial Nomination to conservative Rick Perry, and not-so-conservative, Kay Bailey Hutchison by 80% of the vote.
There’s a particular expression that Wile. E. Coyote used to have, as he stood helpless under the falling boulder of his own making, that Debra Medina’s people might want to consider for their next campaign logo.
In case you’ve been living under a snow bank lately (oh wait) the Cliff Notes go like this:
Medina running for [...]