Two different bills on two separate subjects
Says property insurance rates are going up because Rick Scott signed a bill preventing the state from regulating insurance.
Jobs claim derailed in 2011
Says high-speed rail would have created 60,000 jobs.
Not in cahoots, but GOP sure likes to remind Crist about his Ponzi pal
Says Rick Scott has "teamed up with a felon convicted of running a Ponzi scheme to smear Charlie Crist."
Reich has something else in mind
"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."
Cherry-picking to the max
"The average cost for health insurance in Florida went from about $600 a month for an individual to about $150 a month."
Overall, Floridians would have paid less taxes
Rubio's tax swap proposal "would have been a massive tax increase."
Based on bad projections
"We worked together to enact ... the largest tax cut in Florida history."
Declining home values wrecked his estimate -- and another tax cut is bigger
"I signed the largest single tax cut in the history of Florida, a $25 billion tax cut over five years, directed at property tax cuts."
— PolitiFact National
It's an apples to oranges comparison
"Usually it's about $900 a month to get health coverage. (Florida's program has) reduced that, on average, to about $150 a month."
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