All statements involving Johnny Isakson

"Sens. Isakson’s, Chambliss’ Votes Against Unemployment Insurance Were Votes to Kill Nearly 6,000 Georgia Jobs."

Fifty-three percent of graduates from liberal arts colleges these days can’t find jobs.

On support for a military strike on Syria

Corporate tax holidays pushed by Presidents John F. Kennedy and George W. Bush brought "billions" of dollars back into the United States.

"The port provides more than 297,000 jobs directly to the state of Georgia."

On allowing a vote on universal gun background checks in the U.S. Senate.

"One industry in America has increased its employment base in the last four years by 176,000 people: the United States government."

The Keystone oil pipeline "would employ 20,000 people in the United States."

The "Democrat majority in the Senate has failed to submit [a] budget in the past 1,000 days."

"The average homeowner spends more than $2,000 each year on energy costs – more than on either real estate taxes or homeowners insurance."

The premiums on Medicare’s prescription drug program have fallen almost every year since it began.

"There has never been a death caused by a [commercial nuclear] reactor in the United States, even when Three Mile Island failed in the 1970s."

"Since President Obama took office, gas prices have gone up 67 percent."

If you tried to pay out $1 trillion by handing it out at $1 per second, it would take more than 31,000 years.

U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson "has never proposed, nor voted in favor of, a substantial cut in federal spending" and has voted for "many substantial increases in federal spending."

Allowing all Bush income tax cuts to expire on Dec. 31 "will amount to the largest tax increase in the history of America."

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