All statements involving Charlie Crist
In 2012, the state "put together a list of over 100,000 people that they thought were ineligible to vote. Came out there were less than 10."
"Two weeks after signing a taxpayer protection pledge, (Charlie Crist) breaks it."
On support for gay marriage
"In the four years before I became governor, we increased state debt $5.2 billion. We've paid it down $2 billion."
Says Charlie Crist and Missouri Rep. Todd Akin "hold same abortion views. No exception except the life of the mother."
Under Charlie Crist, Florida lost 825,000 jobs and the unemployment rate increased from 3.5 percent to 11.1 percent.
Says Jeb Bush "extended early voting" after seeing "long lines."
"Jeb Bush recently noted, Reagan himself would have been too moderate, too reasonable for today's GOP."
Says Charlie Crist "was pro-life, pro-gun and vehemently anti-tax."
In 2008, Charlie Crist ‘"applauded the pick of Sarah Palin and said she would do ‘a great job.’"
Republicans included "the Akin amendment in the Republican Party platform, which bans abortion, even for rape victims."
"The Recovery Act saved 60,000 jobs among law enforcement officials, firefighters in the state of Florida, plus another 20,000 educators."
Charlie Crist "attacks me for positions he held, like, six months ago, (when) he was running in the Republican primary."
"I am very proud, as governor of Florida, that we signed the first divestment act, as it relates to Iran, divesting any investments in companies that would invest in Iran."
Says Marco Rubio said that "people who essentially don't agree with him, ought to leave the country, like Keith Olbermann."
Says Marco Rubio sold a home to a chiropractor who had been lobbying him on automobile insurance legislation and "once he sold the home, for $380,000 cash, the speaker's position on the issue changed."
"I've also offered a plan that can help (fix Social Security) that's supported by Robert Reich, secretary of labor previously, in a previous administration."
"The years that I was speaker, the Florida House consistently offered leaner budgets than the governor offered."
Marco Rubio "wants to raise the Social Security retirement age," and "cut benefits."
Marco Rubio tried to insert "$1.5 million for a rowing institute" into the state budget.
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