Statements from the Florida: 2010 U.S. Senate's race
"There’s a mosque inside of the Pentagon."
On lifting the U.S. Cuban embargo and allowing travel to Cuba.
"Warren Buffett called credit default swaps financial weapons of mass destruction. And Greene was the first individual to use them."
"If we ban the practice of earmarks, we could save the American taxpayer anywhere between $15 (billion) to $20 billion dollars a year in pork-barrel spending."
Jeff Greene on why he went Cuba.
"Kendrick Meek was named one of the two most corrupt Democrats in Congress by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington."
"Jeff Greene can buy anything" ... he owns two mansions.
"Warren Buffett called (Jeff) Greene's scheme 'financial weapons of mass destruction.' "
Democratic candidate Jeff Greene "ran for Congress as a California Republican."
Kendrick Meek was "#1 in Florida in taking tobacco cash and then opposed a tax on cigars that would have helped pay for children's health care."
Marco Rubio's "economic proposals will add $3.5 trillion to the federal deficit."
Maurice Ferre says Kendrick Meek "has voted 98.6 percent of the time with the Democrat party."
"Forty cents of every dollar being spent by the federal government is being borrowed from my children."
"$120,000 will be spent by taxpayers on Charlie Crist's political photo-op special session."
"Gov. Crist has never wavered in his support of the Second Amendment, the right to bear arms."
“We are picking up oil with shovels and paper and plastic bags.”
"You know, when this thing first hit, I signed a declaration of emergency for the six counties that were directly affected, impacted in the Panhandle, then I extended that not long thereafter down into Sarasota County."
"I have spent virtually every weekend since Memorial Day in the Panhandle."
"We have that program where immigrants come here and they have to bring a million dollars in order to get a green card if they’re going to create jobs."
"The first time he ever voted as a Democrat was here in Florida in 2008. He only voted four times in his life, and he's asking Floridians to come out and vote for him."
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