Statements about Candidate Biography
Says Connie Mack IV has been "a promoter for Hooters with a history of bar room brawling, altercations and road rage."
Twenty two years ago, when he was running for governor, Bill Nelson missed 56 percent of his votes in the U.S. House.
"This year in Congress (Connie Mack IV) has missed almost half of his votes."
Says Debbie Wasserman Schultz "has these offshore accounts" like Mitt Romney.
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson was "the deciding vote for the health care law."
President Obama "promised" families making less than $250,000 a year would not see taxes go up, but "Obamacare raises 18 different taxes."
Says George LeMieux was one of two Republicans who voted for President Barack Obama's jobs bill.
"Sources show (Connie) Mack as a resident of California, living with his wife in Palm Springs."
U.S. Rep. Allen West wants to bring back earmarks.
"I have always said that I would be for drilling."
About 78 to 81 House Democrats "are members of the Communist Party. ... It’s called the Congressional Progressive Caucus."
"Richard Hayne, president and CEO of Urban Outfitters … (is) a supporter of Rick Santorum and donated over $13,000 to him."
Says U.S. Rep. Connie Mack "took seven and a half years to finish college."
Says David Rivera "allowed House Republican leaders to strip key provisions from the STOCK Act" that would crack down on insider trading by members of Congress.
Connie Mack's "only real job in the real world" was as "‘events coordinator’ for Hooters!"
Says Connie Mack "failed to pay his child support."
"I have a very conservative voting record."
"No candidate has run more negative ads in American history than Barack Obama did in 2008, especially in the general.’’
Says Mitt Romney’s campaign "has already spent more on negative ads than John McCain did during his entire presidential run."
In 1992, Mitt Romney "gave money to Democrats for Congress."
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