All statements involving Barack Obama
Says "At age 76 when you most need it, you are not eligible for cancer treatment" under Affordable Care Act.
"My judicial nominees have waited three times longer to receive confirmation votes than those of my Republican predecessor."
Says President Barack Obama is trying to "pack" the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Says that since he took office, "there have been no large-scale attacks on the United States."
Says President Barack Obama’s proposed budget includes two new tax increases that would collect about $14 billion.
Says that according to a report, "the tech sector now drives more than one-quarter of Austin’s economy."
"Over the last several months, there was a review board headed by two distinguished Americans, Mike Mullen and Tom Pickering, who investigated every element of" the Benghazi incident.
Says "we" have put more boots on the U.S.-Mexico border "than at any time in our history, and illegal crossings are down by nearly 80 percent from their peak in 2000."
"Over the last 10 years, Texas created 33 percent of the net new jobs nationwide."
"We are dealing with an administration that, quite frankly, has shown a reluctance to enforce the immigration law."
For people with insurance, the only impact of the health care law "is that their insurance is stronger, better and more secure than it was before. Full stop. That's it. They don't have to worry about anything else."
Long-term federal investment in U.S. airports is urgent because "there was a recent survey of the top airports … in the world, and there was not a single U.S. airport that came in the top 25."
Federal prosecutions for lying on background checks to buy guns are "down 40 percent" under President Barack Obama.
"In barely four years in office, five jihadists have reached their targets in the United States under Barack Obama," compared to zero "in over seven years after 9/11 under George W. Bush."
Says he has "yet to get a response" from Barack Obama to his August 2010 letter making border security requests.
A "wide majority of NRA households ... supported this legislation" on gun background checks.
A bipartisan background check amendment "outlawed any (gun) registry. Plain and simple, right there in the text."
"The NRA used to support expanded background checks."
Says President Barack Obama "has allowed, each year he's been here, the prosecutions of gun cases (for background check failures) to go down. ... They've declined every year since President Bush left office."
The Internal Revenue Service spent $60,000 on a "Star Trek" training video.
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