All statements involving Joe Biden
"The median income of a middle class family went down $2,100 from 2001 to 2007."
In Libya, "America spent $2 billion total and didn’t lose a single life."
"In 2008, when Flint had 265 sworn officers on their police force, there were 35 murders and 91 rapes in this city. In 2010, when Flint had only 144 police officers, the murder rate climbed to 65, and rapes … climbed to 229."
Says U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan’s budget proposal "eliminates Medicare" in 10 years.
"We have created more jobs in this last year than the Bush administration (did) in eight years."
"If you shut down Amtrak's Northeast Corridor, it's estimated you'd have to add seven new lanes to I-95 to accommodate the increased traffic."
"Sen. Joe Biden, the ranking member of the Foreign Relations Committee, recommended partitioning Iraq into three separate entities."
"I never called for a partition" of Iraq.
"The health care numbers are going up."
"We're not engaged in nation-building" in Afghanistan.
"We went from losing 3 million jobs in the last six months of the Bush Administration," adding almost 600,000 private sector jobs in the first six months of the year.
"In the three months before the act took effect, America lost 750,000 jobs a month. In the last three months, we've lost about 35,000 jobs a month."
"There have been three people tried and convicted by the last administration in military courts. Two are walking the street right now."
Among the money spent on health care in the United States, "46 cents on every dollar spent is through Medicare and Medicaid."
"As long as I have served . . . This is the first time every single solitary decision has required 60 senators."
"Across the country, $174 billion of the Recovery Act have been committed in its first 130 days."
"When one person sneezes, it goes all the way through the aircraft."
"The average CEO makes $10,000 more every day ... than what the average worker makes every year."
"One percent of the American people make over 21 percent of all the income in America. That wasn’t the way before George Bush became president."
"John McCain voted against funding the troops because of . . . a timeline in it to draw down American troops."
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