All statements involving Facebook posts

"USA is #1 in gun violence."

"Nearly 100,000 people get shot every year. That's 270 people a day and 87 dead."

"75 percent of the Obamacare tax falls on the middle class."

"In 1950, corporations paid $3 in taxes for every $1 by a worker. Today, they pay 22 cents for every $1 by a worker."

"Nearly 60% of all occupants of HUD properties in U.S. are illegals."

"Less than 2 percent of illegals are picking crops, but 41 percent are on welfare."

"Vagina. Because apparently, saying that word in the Michigan State House of Representatives can get you a two-day ban from speaking on the floor."

"More than 43 percent of all food stamps are given to illegals."

"Romneycare covers abortion, illegal immigrants and has a public option. Obamacare does not."

Says Mitt Romney is wrong to claim that spending under Obama has "accelerated at a pace without precedent in recent history," because it's actually risen "slower than at any time in nearly 60 years."

Says Mitt Romney’s top five donors are Wall Street firms, while Barack Obama’s top five are technology companies and universities.

"Bank of America could create 878,300 jobs with benefits if they spent their 2010 bonuses on job creation."

"In 1993 the Republicans embraced a health platform that proudly features an individual mandate as its main component."

"In April 1997, there was a ‘gas out’ conducted nationwide in protest of gas prices. Gasoline prices dropped 30 cents a gallon overnight."

"Richard Hayne, president and CEO of Urban Outfitters … (is) a supporter of Rick Santorum and donated over $13,000 to him."

1 percent of Americans are millionaires. 47 percent of House Reps. are millionaires. 56 percent of Senators are millionaires.

Congressional Republicans have introduced dozens of bills on social issues and other topics, but "zero on job creation."

Say the ratio of CEO pay to average worker pay in the U.S. is 475 to 1.

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