Like many other states
"We are at a 40-year low in our crime rate in our state."
Most of us don't make that much
"98 percent of American families" make "under $250,000 a year."
Opposition was limited but vocal
"When we passed (the stand your ground law), we said it portends horrific events when people's lives were put into these situations."
Obama now blames the economy
Says Barack Obama "promised he would cut the deficit in half" but didn’t.
Beating the state average
Pasco County schools have graduation rates "substantially higher than the state average" and dropout rates "below the state average."
We're No. 45! We're No. 45!
"Florida ranks 45th" in the nation for tuition.
Florida is "the largest dog-racing state in the country."
Still high, but it has dropped
Florida "unemployment has dropped more than 2 percentage points, down from 12 percent to 9.9 percent, the second-largest drop in the nation."
Numbers make the case
"91 percent of Latinos support the DREAM Act, which allows undocumented youth to attend college," but Marco Rubio opposes it.
Many GOPers, and three Dems
In 1992, Mitt Romney "gave money to Democrats for Congress."
There are 86 languages spoken at Miami Dade College.
Lobbyists direct "strategic advice"
Says Newt Gingrich’s contract was with "the lobbyists at Freddie Mac."
These stats should stay in Vegas
Florida Chamber of Commerce
Nevada has been recently ranked No. 1 in "unemployment, foreclosures, violent crime, personal bankruptcy and divorce."
These stats paint a grim reality
Says 24 million people in this country "can't find a full-time job," 50 million "can't see a doctor when they're sick," 47 million people need government help to feed themselves and 15 million families owe more than the value of their home.
Even Wikipedia can be right sometimes
"According to Wikipedia, there are only five countries in the entire planet that are more unequal than the United States in the distribution of our wealth."
Four early states total 12 million
"At nearly 19 million people, the population of Florida is larger than all the earlier primary and caucus states combined."
He pays up for care
"The health insurance plan that (members of Congress) have is no different than any other federal employee's in the United States government."
Simple stat exposes Social Security's problems
"When Social Security first started, there was 16 workers for every retiree. Today there are three workers for every retiree and soon there will be only two for every retiree."
His potential opponent, Allen West, still has a bigger war chest
"For the second quarter in a row, my campaign has raised more money than any other challenger in the nation and brought our fundraising total to over $800,000."
The U.S. Constitution says it's okay
Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Says that U.S. Rep. Allen West is "a constituent of mine."
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