Statements we say are Mostly True
"From now on, we have to pay the Russians $50 million an astronaut to send Americans to the space station"
"Since I took office, we’ve created 76,800 jobs."
In the first 24 to 36 hours of the operation in Libya, "you saw $115 million go downrange because a Tomahawk cruise missile is a little over $1 million each."
"Vern Buchanan. His old business was caught illegally funneling over $60,000 in campaign donations to Buchanan to influence his election."
Says George LeMieux "falsely attacked Marco Rubio."
"Anywhere in the world, when someone uses a mobile phone, e-mail, the Internet or GPS, they are enjoying the benefits of the American miracle."
"For every $1 spent on mitigation, $4 in post-storm cleanup and rebuilding is saved."
"Obama-Nelson economic record: Job creation ... at slowest post-recession rate since Great Depression."
Says he vetoed $250,000 from the budget for a program to learn how to catch rainwater.
"(Bill) Nelson voted for billions in wasteful spending earmarks like the Bridge to Nowhere."
In a lawsuit between private citizens, a Florida judge "announced the decision was going to be based on Islamic Law."
Says using E-Verify is "a fair amount of cost," about $20 per person that does not match.
"55 percent of the people who cast a provisional ballot (in Florida) in the last presidential election -- their vote did not count."
"Hackers broke into Virginia's prescription-drug database (and) ... obtained more than 8.2 million patient records and a total of nearly 36 million prescriptions."
To pay for government growth, leaders of both parties "borrowed $4 billion a day, leaving us with today's $14 trillion debt."
"Since 1990, in inflation-adjusted dollars, per-student funding of the (Florida) state university system from general revenue has dropped by about $4,000."
"Corporate taxes will soon be the highest in the industrialized world."
Tallahassee is "the ninth-rainiest (city) in the nation."
Says new EPA water regulations would force the state to make drainage canals every bit as clean as pristine Florida river systems.
"According to 2009 estimates, an agreement with Panama could result in almost 1,900 Florida jobs in the first year – and about 15,000 jobs after five years."
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