All True statements involving John Boehner
"The Democrat-controlled Senate, it hasn't passed a budget in more than 1,000 days."
"New business startups are at the lowest levels in 30 years."
"We have 10,000 baby boomers retiring every day."
"Our spending has caught up with us, and our debt soon will eclipse the entire size of our national economy."
Says the House Rules Committee is the only panel, other than the Intelligence and Ethics committees, not able to telecast proceedings in its main hearing room.
Says that the new financial services law requires 358 regulatory filings.
Members of Congress did not have three days to read the bill "when the stimulus was rushed into law."
Under the new health care law, "if a landscaper wants to buy a new lawnmower, or a restaurant needs a new ice-maker, they have to report that to the feds."
"The House has never failed to pass a budget in the modern era."
"Our national debt ... is on track to exceed the size of our entire economy ... in just two more years."
In the stimulus, "$15 million dollars went to 'build a bigger, better airport' for the town of Ouzinkie, Alaska, population 165."
"President Obama's proposed 'spending freeze' will only reduce the $42 trillion in government spending proposed between 2011 and 2020 by little more than one-half of 1 percent."
"PWNED: House GOP Dominates Twitter, YouTube, Social Media in Congress."
As a candidate, President Obama "declared that everyone deserves access to reproductive health care that includes abortion, and vowed that this 'right' would be at the heart of his health care reform plan if elected president."
"About halfway through fiscal year 2009, Washington has run out of money."
"I don't do earmarks. I've never done one. I'm not going to do one."
"The president campaigned against this type of legislation."
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