All statements involving George Allen

The United States "is number one in the world in energy resources; Russia is number two."  

George Allen's flat tax "plan would actually shrink revenues further than the Perry (flat tax) plan."

Takes credit for "reining in" state spending when he was governor.

Takes credit for "substantially reducing the size of the state workforce."

"China owns more of our bonds than do Americans."

On subsidies for ethanol production.

"The tax on job creating businesses is 35 percent in the United States, second worst in the entire world."

"We are number one in the world when it comes to energy resources. ... The Russians are second; Saudi Arabia is number three." 

George Allen "had 40,000 earmarks" while he was a senator.

Tim Kaine proposed "over $6 billion in tax increases from the time he entered the governor’s mansion until the time he left."

George Allen voted to add $3 trillion to the federal debt, voted to raise the debt ceiling four times and voted for the No Child Left Behind Act while he was a senator.

A majority of the American people opposed the health care law when it was signed and still oppose it today.  

The stimulus bill "promised to keep unemployment under 8%."

"The American people have endured 21 consecutive months of 9% or higher unemployment [and] 2.6 million jobs have been lost," since the stimulus bill was signed.

George Allen voted for budgets that increased the national debt by $16,400 for every second he served in the U.S. Senate.

Sen. Jim Webb "persists on negating" Sen. Mark Warner’s votes 

President Obama, Sen. Harry Reid and Rep. Nancy Pelosi passed a "$1.2 trillion stimulus bill."

The debt is "nearly $6 trillion more than when President Obama was sworn into office."

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