Statements we say are True
"Whether you like to admit it or not, half our general revenue goes to education."
Says the person who Florida U.S. Rep. Allen West first hired as chief of staff told people attending a Tea Party rally that, 'We will use bullets if ballots don't work.'
House Speaker Dean Cannon says that freshmen lawmakers account for one-third of the 120-member House, and that two-thirds of the chamber have two years or less experience.
"You can go to Georgia and make about $6,000 more a year as a teacher."
"A 5 percent increase in domestic production would increase the world supply by less than 1 percent and do almost nothing to our dependence on foreign oil. This would also have virtually no effect on the price of gas at the pump."
"150,000 (oil spill) claims have been filed by Floridians, but only 40 percent of them have been paid."
Says the military accounts for about 10 percent of Florida's economy.
Hillsborough's Public Transportation Commission has "a rule that says cabbies have to wear socks. I mean, please. Come on."
"Nobody has played clips over and over ... of President Obama (saying), 'If they bring a knife to the fight, we'll bring a gun.' "
"Re: (Marco) Rubio's support of earmark ban: In 2002 alone, he requested 37 earmarks worth $43 million."
"Your tellers were paid kickbacks for directing elderly consumers from ... safe deposits to risky ones."
"I am very proud, as governor of Florida, that we signed the first divestment act, as it relates to Iran, divesting any investments in companies that would invest in Iran."
Says Marco Rubio said that "people who essentially don't agree with him, ought to leave the country, like Keith Olbermann."
Lizbeth Benacquisto "broke election law 105 times, hiding special interest contributors."
"Webster sponsored a bill to create a form of marriage that would trap women in abusive relationships."
Ed Schultz said Alan Grayson is "what it's all about."
"Florida ranks last in the ratio of employees to residents... And Florida is dead last in the nation in state employee payroll expenditures per resident."
Jennifer Carroll is the "first African-American Republican woman to be part of a statewide ticket in Florida."
"Florida is 49th in per capita spending on mental health care."
Kendrick Meek claims he's the only candidate who said Sonia Sotomayor "will make an excellent Supreme Court justice."
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