Statements about Jobs
Says women care most about jobs and the economy
Says George LeMieux was one of two Republicans who voted for President Barack Obama's jobs bill.
Says Barack Obama's health care law "will be the biggest job-killer ever."
Florida "unemployment has dropped more than 2 percentage points, down from 12 percent to 9.9 percent, the second-largest drop in the nation."
"Since the passage of Obama's stimulus package, over 1 million additional jobs were lost and nearly 25 million Americans are out of work, are stuck in part-time work, or have given up looking."
"In the past year, Floridians, not government, created almost 135,000 new private sector jobs. We netted more than 120,000 total jobs in the first 11 months of 2011; the third most of any state in the nation."
"At my first ‘Let’s Get to Work Day’ … we sold out;" more than 240 dozen doughnuts by 8:30 a.m.
"The fact is, over 2.4 million jobs have been lost since the 'Stimulus' bill was signed into law in February of 2009."
DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz "denied unemployment went up under Obama."
Solyndra "had robots that whistled Disney songs. I'm not kidding."
"(President Barack Obama gave) half a billion in taxpayer money to help his friends at Solyndra, a business the White House knew was on the path to bankruptcy."
On how he measures his promise to create 700,000 private-sector jobs in seven years.
"I've created over 40,000 jobs."
"We have not had unemployment this high for this long since the Great Depression."
"Rick Scott has destroyed over 100,000 jobs."
"In May we generated more jobs than all the rest of the country combined: 28,000 jobs in May for the state, 54,000 for the entire country."
"Since I took office, we’ve created 76,800 jobs."
"Earlier this year, the head of the Congressional Budget Office testified before Congress that implementation of Obamacare would cost 800,000 jobs."
"Obama-Nelson economic record: Job creation ... at slowest post-recession rate since Great Depression."
Says Gov. Rick Scott lost Florida 331,247 jobs.
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