All statements involving Marco Rubio
The immigration proposal from the Gang of Eight "is not amnesty."
Says "94 percent of (Marco Rubio's) constituents support a universal background check."
"The Chinese government provides their people no access to the Internet."
"There are 3 million jobs available in America that are not filled because too many of our people don’t have the skills for those jobs."
"Agriculture has always required a significant workforce from abroad."
The United States does "not have a system through which growers and dairies can bring a workforce legally into the U.S."
"I still live in the same working-class neighborhood I grew up in."
Military spending cuts, known as the sequester, were President Barack Obama’s idea.
"Our economy actually shrank during the last three months of 2012."
"Washington, D.C., had some of the strictest gun laws in the country. And when they passed them, violence skyrocketed."
The United States has "an immigration system where only 6.5 percent of people who come here, come here based on labor and skill."
"Report that #GOP insisting on changes to Social Security as part of #fiscalcliff false. BTW those changes are supported by @barackobama."
"There is an increasing amount of evidence from public polling that the highest number of Americans ever identify themselves as pro-life."
The health care law "adds around $800 billion of taxes on the American people. It does not discriminate between rich and poor."
"A million people a year come into the U.S. legally. No other country even comes close to that figure."
Democrats plan to keep student loan interest rates low "by raising taxes on small businesses, very small businesses … the kinds of small businesses that give jobs to graduates."
Says that U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio says troops are leaving Iraq "too fast."
The RESTORE Act started as an "effort to dedicate as much BP fine money as possible towards Gulf Coast restoration" but now "could steer money to places like the Great Lakes and West Coast."
"The majority of Americans are conservatives."
Says a U.S. Supreme Court justice suggested that some U.S. cases will be decided based on South African law.
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