Slick Rick Perry supports ‘Bi-National’ Health Insurance with Mexico UPDATE

UPDATE: Lew Rockwell 

Perry Praised Hillary for Her Healthcare Scheme

Perry sent Clinton this letter found at the proof link below. Click on letter to enlarge!

Thanks to Eli Cryderman for the proof.

Ed Morrissey at Hot Air says the candidates are chosen.Could this become a two man race?  “Assuming that we see no other late entries, the subject of my prior post, and that Perry makes no major missteps that derail his bid, the Texas governor has a pretty clear shot at making himself into the alternative to Mitt Romney that grassroots Republicans have sought all year”. There is nothing like going to Governor Perry’s own words on various matters. Check out an earlier post of mine: Rick Perry-Watch out for the dishonest ‘tell’ -with much on NAFTA.

The following post is from his Speech entitled: Gov. Rick Perry’s Remarks to the Border Summit.

Office of the Governor Rick Perry of the State of Texas

http://governor.state.tx.us/news/speech/10688/

Bi-National Health:

“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”.

In Texas, we recently placed a strong emphasis on preventative care when we expanded access to Medicaid for more low-income children by making the Medicaid enrollment process simpler. We allocated an additional $4 billion to the Medicaid program, and more than $900 million to the Children’s Health Insurance Program. (See Post Script)

But the effort to combat disease and illness requires greater cooperative efforts between our two nations. It is a simple truth that disease knows no boundaries. An outbreak of drug-resistant tuberculosis, for example, endangers citizens of both our nations. We have much to gain if we work together to expand preventative care, and treat maladies unique to this region.

Education:

We must say to every Texas child learning in a Texas classroom, “we don’t care where you come from, but where you are going, and we are going to do everything we can to help you get there.” And that vision must include the children of undocumented workers. That’s why Texas took the national lead in allowing such deserving young minds to attend a Texas college at a resident rate. Those young minds are a part of a new generation of leaders, the doors of higher education must be open to them. The message is simple: educacion es el futuro, y si se puede.

NAFTA:

The fruits of NAFTA have just begun to ripen. At the same time, we must not allow the roots of the tree to become poisoned. The NAFTA agreement not only signaled a new era of economic possibility, but a new era of bi-national cooperation. That is why it is wrong, and inherently detrimental to our relationship with Mexico for the U.S. Congress to pursue a protectionist policy that forbids Mexican trucks from U.S. roadways. see Rick Perry-Watch out for the dishonest ‘tell’ 

Open Borders:

President Fox’s vision for an open border is a vision I embrace, as long as we demonstrate the will to address the obstacles to it. An open border means poverty has given way to opportunity, and Mexico’s citizens do not feel compelled to cross the border to find that opportunity.

We share a bond as neighbors, and we find our culture north of the Rio Grande to be increasingly defined by the strong traits of people of Hispanic descent.

Today, as we look to the south, we see a rising sun. It is perched above a people whose best days are in front of them. Let us endeavor to make the most of this new day through a new dialogue. Let us work together to combat disease, expand trade and provide educational opportunities. If we do, there are no limits to what we can accomplish for the betterment of all of our citizens. Thank you, and God bless you”

Post Script: Illegal immigrants can get in-state tuition at Texas universities. Neither employers nor state agencies are required to run job applicants through a federal database to determine their legal status. Illegal immigrants have access to services for drug treatment, mental health and children with special health care needs. ABC 12

For info on the Gardisil controversy, may I suggest Michelle Malkin on Rick Perry’s bad Obama style Medicine

California‘s Proposed ’Fitted Sheet’ Law

From the land of the Liberal Loonies, comes one more Law to make for a better world:

When California’s elected officials come back from their month-long recess they face a mountain of proposed legislation (almost 900 bills are lined up and waiting), including a new law (SB432) that would require hotels to eliminate flat sheets. Not having fitted sheets on hotel beds would now be a crime in California. This is not a joke

California, the state trying to deal with a massive $26 BILLION dollar debt, is considering a law that some hospitality industry experts claim would add an estimated $15 to $30 million dollars in costs to an already hurting hotel industry. The low-end estimate of fifteen million is the projected cost to purchase new fitted sheets for the 550,000 hotel beds in the state. Of course the hospitality industry is claiming that these added costs will hurt their business and put jobs at risk

Cops on Patrol H/T: The Blaze

Kathleen Sebelius attended Bilderberg Conference

An earlier post of mine,Bilderberg Group as reported by the History Channel, raised the concern of this group. Why such a group meets in such a secretive way,I believe, should raise a question mark. We find out later rather than sooner, some of the attendees. But why not all? Who does the inviting? So, believe as you will, I will just report. Here are some of this years participants.

You might want to try our post: Castro now a Bilderberg Conspiracy Theorists

While Texas Gov. Rick Perry received significant Internet attention for participating in the secretive Bilderberg annual meeting in Turkey, the attendance of a second U.S. governor was largely overlooked.

WND has confirmedKathleen Sebelius, the Democratic governor of Kansas, attended theannual meeting of the Bilderberg Group May 31 to June 3 in Istanbul.

When WND asked Bundy why Sebelius attended the secretive meeting, he responded glibly, “Because she was invited.”

WND asked Bundy if Sebelius met with Perry in Istanbul.

Bundy said he didn’t know.

Bundy also told WND he had never heard of the Trans-Texas Corridor and did not know if Sebelius supported the extension of the superhighway north.

Spokesman Seth Bundy of Sebelius’ office told WND the Bilderberg Group paid for the airfare, but Sebelius expensed the state of Kansas for $1,274 to cover her Ritz Carlton luxury hotel room in Istanbul.

Bundy refused to give WND any information about Sebelius’ speech to the Bilderberg Group or about the meeting agenda and attendee list, even though expenses from her trip were paid from public taxpayer funds. More Smart Girl Politics

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