All statements involving John McCain
The omnibus spending bill has "9,427 pork barrel items."
"Sen. Obama has never taken on his party leaders on a single major issue."
"The McCain campaign is roughly in the position where Vice President Gore was running against President Bush one week before the election of 2000."
"Obama raises taxes on seniors (and) hard-working families to give welfare to those who pay none."
"We are within the margin of error."
Barack Obama said "people making less than $250,000 would benefit from his plan" then said "if you're a family making less than $200,000, you'll benefit."
"Fidel (Castro) has made his preferences known in the campaign and had some very unkind things to say about me."
"Obama says Iran is a 'tiny' country, 'doesn't pose a serious threat.'"
If parents "don't have health insurance that Senator Obama wants them to have (for their children), they will be fined."
On supporting the Supreme Court abortion decision Roe v. Wade
"Sen. Obama's campaign announced that he's choosing his cabinet."
Between 40 and 50 percent of tax filers do not owe any income tax.
In 1992, Barack Obama directed "Project Vote - an arm of ACORN that also encouraged voter registration."
Barack Obama was "a trial attorney for ACORN."
"He voted twice for a budget resolution that increases the taxes on individuals making $42,000 a year."
If you're a small business and don't "adopt the health care plan that Senator Obama mandates, he's going to fine you."
"Obama said he would unilaterally renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement."
"Congressman John Lewis, an American hero, made allegations that Sarah Palin and I were somehow associated with ... the worst chapter in American history. ... And, Senator Obama, you didn't repudiate those remarks."
On the economic troubles of 2008, "really the match that lit this fire was Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac."
"The Democrats in the Senate and some members of Congress defended what Fannie and Freddie were doing. They resisted any change."
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