More in poverty, but numbers wrong
"When George Bush became president of the United States, 17 million people were in poverty. When he left, 30 million people were in poverty."
Without them, there would have been a surplus in 2007
The Bush tax cuts "helped to create a substantial part of the deficit."
Willingness to listen doesn't equal a slash and tax plan
Rob Portman’s "plan to tax, slash and privatize" Social Security "would devastate Ohioans."
He's more right than he realizes
Twenty-two million jobs were created during Clinton’s two terms but only 3 million during Bush’s.
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