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"There is no Plan B" if the transportation referendum is not passed by voters.

U.S. Rep. Paul Broun has not authored any legislation that has been adopted by Congress.

On opposing any and all efforts to increase taxes.

Georgia Public Service Commission member Stan Wise "has received about 95 percent of his campaign money from the utilities he is supposed to be regulating."

Taxpayers subsidize 80 percent of each MARTA trip

"When we took office, let me remind you, there was virtually no international pressure on Iran."

Crime rises in communities with casinos.

"When housing and transportation costs are combined, Atlanta’s cost of living -- typically perceived as relatively low -- ranks as 7th worst out of 51 metros nationally."

The average Atlanta resident "spends an extra $924 each year in additional gasoline and wasted time."

"We don’t allow filming inside of the City Hall unless there is a specific reason."

Georgia is one of three states that "effectively have no regulations whatsoever on lobbyists giving to legislators."

"[R]emember, the president proposed eliminating charitable deductions for higher-income taxpayers."

"[A]t his current rate, President Obama will have added more debt to the United State of America by the end of his first term than each of the previous 43 presidents -- combined!"

"[N]early one in three primary care doctors are forced to limit the number of Medicare patients they see."

Georgia’s unemployment rate has exceeded the national rate for 50 consecutive months.

Says the unemployment rate for college graduates is 4.4 percent and over 10 percent for noncollege-educated.

Georgia has had ╩║more bank failures than any other state.╩║

"Not a single segment of the proposed Beltline intersects the MARTA system at MARTA stations."

Coca-Cola’s CEO "said he finds it easier to do work in China than in the United States."

"My home state since June of 2009 created 40 percent of the new jobs in America."

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