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The Man From G.O.P.
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« Reply #25 on: February 07, 2005, 08:19:39 pm »

Oklahoma Governor Brad Henry (Democrat).



"You heard it hear first: Gov. Brad Henry of Oklahoma is going to be the 44th president of the United States and will begin his campaign right after he is reelected in 2006. Henry is a 40 year old (44 by 08) popular, progressive, governor of one of the redest states in America.  Henry is a strong advocate for universal health care, and for early childhood education, and a leading opponent against school vouchers.   Henry attened public schools in Shawnee, OK, and graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1985 and recieved his law degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Law, where he served as managing editor of the Law Review. Henry was elected to the state senate in 1992 and served there until his election as governor in 2002.  Henry and his wife teach Sunday school, every weekend at the First Baptist Church of Swanee." -jkfp2004



*What type of candidate would this guy be in a Presidential Election?
*Do any of you guys know more about him?
*What do you guys think?

(p.s. dont claim he is to conservative to get the nomination because he is loved at three of the most liberal message boards on the internet Democratic Underground, MyDD, and DailyKOS.)



The biggest problem is that the oklahoman democrats had to bend over backwards and spend every last dime they had for this guy to slip in, the only reason he was elected is because the republican we had at the time frank keating a bungled quite a few things in a very short time
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« Reply #26 on: February 07, 2005, 09:07:15 pm »

The biggest problem is that the oklahoman democrats had to bend over backwards and spend every last dime they had for this guy to slip in, the only reason he was elected is because the republican we had at the time frank keating a bungled quite a few things in a very short time

Yeah, it does seem like he barley slipped through the cracks, but his approval ratings are farley high (65%).  Do you think he will be re-elected?
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