All Half-True statements involving Charlie Crist
The economic "turnaround started at the end of my term."
"Six people in Florida die as a result of (not expanding Medicaid) every day."
Charlie Crist stopped "layoffs of some 20,000 school teachers during the global economic meltdown."
"Jeb Bush recently noted, Reagan himself would have been too moderate, too reasonable for today's GOP."
Republicans included "the Akin amendment in the Republican Party platform, which bans abortion, even for rape victims."
Marco Rubio "wants to raise the Social Security retirement age," and "cut benefits."
The passage of the teacher tenure bill in the Fla. Legislature was like the health care bill in Congress because one party jammed it through.
Marco Rubio was "subpoenaed."
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."
In Cover Florida "thousands already enrolled and climbing."
Marco Rubio "supported $800,000 for AstroTurf for a field where he played flag football."
When Charlie Crist was elected governor, Florida ranked 31st in K-12 education. "Last year ... we went from 31st to 14. And this year, the top 10 in America."
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