Skip to comments.'Red' States With Democratic Governors
Posted on 01/30/2006 2:12:42 PM PST by ncountylee
Democrats currently govern 12 states that voted for President Bush in 2004:
Ariz. Janet Napolitano
Iowa Thomas J. Vilsack
Kan. Kathleen Sebelius
La. Kathleen Babineaux Blanco
Mont. Brian Schweitzer
N.C. Michael F. Easley
N.M. Bill Richardson
Okla. Brad Henry
Tenn. Phil Bredesen
Va. Tim Kaine
W.Va. Joe Manchin
How dare they!
You forgot Ohio. ;)
Unfortunately, Tim Kaine was just elected in my adopted state, so he'll be in office for another 4 years.
That many...I didn't expect it.
So the point being that these governors are vulnerable?
Okay. What kind of conversation were you hoping to spur with this?
I thought Taft was a Republican...or is he a RINO?
RINO is too conservative of a description for Bob Shaft.
He does have a (R) after his name but that's about it...
You left off Wyoming - Dave Freudiger.
Blanco won't be around much longer.
I don't know about the rest of them, but Easley in North Carolina is an indication of the extreme ineffectiveness of the NCGOP. I'd be hard pressed to name a more worthless bunch of idiots.
OK. I counted 11 on your list. Now count the number of blue states with Republican Governors -- New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, Maryland, Minnesota, California, Hawaii (9). Hopefully, we will be adding Pennsylvania to the later list come November.
Hope for comments from home Staters.
Okie doke..that explains it.
Sounds even worse than Pataki here in NY.
Don't blame me. I voted for Jindal.
Let me help.
If you look at the county map of Wisconsin, I would definately consider us a RED state with a BLUE dipsh*t Governor. ;)
11,841 votes short for Bush in 2004. Easily 10,000 of them fraudulent votes for sKerry in Dane & Milwaukee counties, if not more.
Just one woman's opinion. :)
LOL! I'm glad I finished my coffee before I read that.
Her term ends in 23 months. Are you suggesting she'll be impeached?
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