Jerry Patterson (Commissioner) Wants Mexican-American support for 2014 Lt. Governor Election But Will Not Listen To Latin ConstituentsTuesday, September 24th, 2013
Jerry Patterson is currently the Texas land commissioner and is running for Texas Lt Governor in 2014. But where was he when the Latino / Mexican-American constituents needed him when millions of dollars were offered to SpaceX to begin building on land that is privately owned by Latino/Mexican-American families?
We are seeing a strong pattern from the good ol’ boy network who are turning a blind eye to broken treaties that ought to be enforced. For instance, Texas Governor Rick Perry was quick to enforce the water treaty with Mexico, yet we see Texas officials looking the other way with regard to the Guadalupe Treaty and the U.S. Senate Treaty via the Adams Onis Treaty.
Last week we wrote about how Texas Sen. John Cornyn is up for re-election in 2014 but will not listen to Mexican-American / Latino constituents either.
There is a large land dispute brewing with regard to the land ownership Space X wants to build on. I wrote about it here and have learned the David Ruiz and the Cisnero family are in the process of taking legal steps in an effort to protect their land. The Cisnero and David Ruiz family have already contacted the federal government where they state the federal government has acknowledged them as the true owner of the land — in fact government officials have directed them to further steps they will need to take in order for their land interests to be protected. I am also told the State of Texas and the feds have money in escrow with regard to some of the land.
The 1784 Title seems legitimate with regard to the sale of the land — and it ought to be a warning to corporations like Space X. The land dispute involves approximately 90,000 acres of land. More importantly, it is unfortunate for me to hear that minerals are being pumped out of some of these areas without the approval of these official land owners.
We must not step on the hard working people and the little people who do not have the monies large corporations have. These people ought to be protected, and we should all be in favor of protecting the land that is rightfully ours and backed by official land titles.
Now we are hearing that Republican George Prescott Bush is running for Texas Land Commissioner, who will more than likely want to run for Lt. Governor of Texas and then ultimately the Texas Governor in the future, but will George P. Bush ignore the pleas of Texas Mexican-American /Latino families who have an official title to the land that Space X wants to build on, too?