All statements involving Charlie Crist
"The path to ObamaCare becoming law all started with Charlie Crist supporting President Obama's $787 billion stimulus."
"Actually, Reagan was a Democrat before he was a Republican."
Charlie Crist "worked with Acorn" to give felons voting rights.
Marco Rubio controlled funds that "out of the $600,000 that were raised, only $4,000 went to candidates to try to improve their chances to be elected to office."
"The average cost for health insurance in Florida went from about $600 a month for an individual to about $150 a month."
Rubio's tax swap proposal "would have been a massive tax increase."
"Since that famous day in February where the governor campaigned with Barack Obama on behalf of the stimulus program, 211,000 Floridians have lost their jobs."
Marco Rubio's "income skyrocketed while his power increased."
In Cover Florida "thousands already enrolled and climbing."
The Associated Press called Charlie Crist's attacks "over the top," "out of context," and "not true."
Marco Rubio "supported $800,000 for AstroTurf for a field where he played flag football."
Marco Rubio is a "Miami lobbyist."
Rubio admitted he "would have accepted the stimulus money."
"Crist stays in $2,000 a night luxury hotel suites where he racks up $1,300 in mini-bar charges, and doesn't pay for a dime of it himself."
"Florida's new fingerprint identification system is improving our rate of solving cold cases by 300 percent."
"Our graduation rate is the highest it's ever been."
Cover Florida "is available to any Floridian, offering basic coverage for about $150 a month, instead of the typical $600 a month."
"We worked together to enact ... the largest tax cut in Florida history."
"Due to ... tax cuts and lower (property) values, 2009 property taxes were almost $3 billion below 2007 property taxes."
"We are now seeing a decrease in violent crime."
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