"Due to a flaw in the 1995 Outer Continental Shelf Deep Water Royalty Relief Act numerous oil companies are now drilling in the Gulf of Mexico in federal lands and paying no royalties to the federal government."
Ohio Director of Job Creation "Mark Kvamme just clawed back about $900,000 from companies that made promises and they didn't keep them."
Says Sen. Sherrod Brown admitted "that his $787 billion stimulus law failed" and "after specifically attacking Republicans for wanting to lower Americans' taxes, (he) now claims that his stimulus bill 'didn't do enough' to lower taxes."
Says signs posted at projects funded by the federal stimulus act has cost "20 or 40 million" dollars.
Since Sherrod Brown and the Democrats "rammed" the economic stimulus bill through, "Ohio's unemployment rate has risen to 9.6 percent, above the national average."
"Our debt to GDP ratios, our deficit to GDP ratios are quickly approaching the countries we have been reading about for the last year and a half. We are not far behind Ireland, Greece, Portugal and Spain and all these countries we have been reading about."
Says Jim Renacci ran against the Washington establishment in the election, but is now "hypocritically embracing it with big money, special interest fundraisers."
"They tried to give us $400 million to build a high-speed train that goes 39 miles an hour."
"We (Democrats) have made steady progress creating jobs and improving our schools."
John Kasich says he won, despite "12 visits by a president, somewhere between $45 (million) and $50 million (spent against him,) 500 paid volunteers in here calling me every name in the book, former presidents, first ladies and God-knows-who-else."
"Mr. Renacci was registered as a foreign trade lobbyist in the United States government."
"(John) Kasich was the architect who balanced the budget, cut spending, created a surplus, igniting record job creation."
Tom Ganley has "two F's from the Better Business Bureau" and "over 160 complaints in just three years."
Says Lee Fisher "wanted a $1.1 billion tax increase which could have driven countless jobs out of state."
"Under Lee Fisher Ohio has lost nearly 400,000 jobs."
"The total number of dollars that passes through the Department of Development is like $900 million and like $650 (million) of it has nothing to do with development, which is breathtaking when you think about it."
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