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Julius Caesar Watts Jr. Watts was a college football quarterback Watts & Scratch - Players Lifestyle the Oklahoma Sooners and later played professionally in the Canadian Football League. He served in the U. House of Representatives from to as a Republicanrepresenting Oklahoma's 4th Congressional District.
Watts was born and raised in Eufaula, Oklahomain a rural impoverished neighborhood. After being one of the first children to attend an integrated elementary school, he became a high school quarterback and gained a football scholarship to the University of Oklahoma. He graduated from college in with a degree in journalism and became a football player in the Canadian Football League until his retirement in Watts became a Baptist minister and was elected Smoking Boogie - Hierro - Hierro to the Oklahoma Corporation Commission as the first African-American in Oklahoma to win statewide office.
He successfully ran for Congress in and was re-elected to three additional terms with increasing vote margins. He retired in and turned to lobbying and business work, also occasionally serving as a political commentator. While in high school, Watts fathered a daughter with a white woman, causing a scandal. He graduated from high school in and attended the University of Oklahoma on a football scholarship. Watts began his college football career as the second-string quarterback Sylvie Sovay - Bella Hardy - In The Shadow Of Mountains left college twice, but his father convinced him to return, and Watts became starting quarterback of the Sooners in and led them to consecutive Orange Bowl victories.
Watts returned to Oklahoma and became a youth minister in Del City Girl With The Loneliest Eyes - The House Of Love - Babe Rainbow was ordained as a Baptist minister in Senate campaign of Republican Don Nickles.
Watts ran for Congress in to succeed Dave McCurdywho had announced his retirement from the House of Representatives to run for the Senate. He positioned himself as both a fiscal and social conservativefavoring the death penaltyschool prayera Watts & Scratch - Players Lifestyle budget amendment and welfare reformand opposing abortiongay rightsand reduced defense spending.
BushU. Senator Bob Doleand Minority Whip Newt Gingrich  and focused on welfare reform and the necessity of capital formation and capital gainsas well as a reduction in the capital gains tax as beneficial for urban blacks. Representative from south of the Mason—Dixon line since Reconstruction. Watts' reelection campaign featured state representative Ed Crocker as the Democratic candidate  in a negative campaign. House election. These remarks were viewed as critical of activist Jesse Jackson and Washington, D.
In his reelection campaign against Democrat Ben Odom, Watts faced accusations about debts, unpaid taxes and over actions in a federal bribery investigation inwhere he arranged to receive campaign contributions from a lobbyist for telephone companies that were investigated during Watts' membership on the Oklahoma Corporation Commission. From untilWatts was the only black Republican Congressman.
There would not be another until the elections of Tim Scott and Allen West in In Congress, Watts had established himself as a "devoted conservative. In his leadership position, Watts opposed government regulations and President Clinton's attempt to restore the ability of the Food and Drug Administration to regulate tobacco products. To keep a majority of House seats in the electionWatts advised Republicans to moderate their language and criticized the party for creating the perception it favored a view of "family values that excluded single mothers.
After George W. Bush took office as president, Watts co-sponsored a bill to create tax incentives for charitable donations and allow religious charities to receive Half Wasted Track 3 - Mudboy - MUDBOY BEATS (SERIES I) money for social programs,  and proposed several new tax reductions in addition to Bush's tax cut plan,  targeting the estate tax and marriage penalty.
InWatts stated he would not seek reelection, citing a desire to spend more time with his family,  but stated the decision was difficult because Rosa Parks asked him to stay. Watts Companies, in Washington, D. Watts supported the Iraq War instating: "America did not become the leader of the free world by looking the other way to heinous atrocities and unspeakable evils. He stated: "We lost our way, pure and simple.
InWatts announced he was developing a cable news network with the help of Comcastfocusing on an African-American audience,  and that he considered voting for Barack Obamacriticizing the Republican party for failing in outreach to the African-American community.
Watts considered running to succeed Brad Henry as Governor of Oklahoma in the gubernatorial election but declined in Mayciting his business and contractual obligations. On April 7,Watts joined U.
Senator Rand Paul on stage during Paul's announcement speech for U. The Board of Directors announced his appointment on January In Watts began plans to start the Black News Watts & Scratch - Players Lifestyle ,  which is planning to launch Watts & Scratch - Players Lifestyle early as November as a hour news channel aimed at an African American audience.
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