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Ann Kuster turned "a blind eye to those in need of funding" by voting "against funding for our nation’s veterans, low-income women and children, the FDA and the National Institutes of Health."
"Congressman Patrick Murphy voted to keep the scandal-ridden IRS in charge of enforcing Obamacare."
U.S. Rep. John Barrow’s plan "puts the IRS in charge of your health care."
"With nearly 75 percent of Americans supportive of the construction of the pipeline, Schrader needs to explain to Oregon families why he voted against this needed project."
Says "Kurt Schrader supports Obama’s sequester … but won’t cut $1.6 million to fund new video games."
"Even if you took literally every single ounce of platinum in the world, it still wouldn’t add up to enough needed to pay down our nation’s debt."
Says Illinois Democrat David Gill "would end Medicare."
Says U.S. Rep. John Barrow "left taxpayers on the hook for $950k study on genetic makeup of ants."
Says Reps. Rush Holt, Frank Pallone and Bill Pascrell are "willing to jeopardize seniors’ access to coverage by gutting $741 billion from Medicare" to pay for a "big-government healthcare takeover."
In 2010, Betty Sutton "voted to destroy Medicare."
Says that Rep. Betty Sutton "would rather riot with Occupy (Wall Street) than stand up for Ohio families."
Gas prices have gone up 99 percent since Obama became president, "the highest gas price increase since Carter."
"Since President Obama took full control of Washington," every day, 13,000 more people "have been put on food stamps."
"Since President Obama took full control of Washington … every single day, more than 1,500 of our jobs have been lost."
Rep. David Cicilline is responsible for the federal loan guarantee to Solyndra, the failed solar company
Says Rep. Betty Sutton supports allowing "welfare fund withdrawals from strip clubs, casinos and liquor stores."
Says Joe Biden said Jon Corzine is "the smartest guy that I know, in terms of the economy and on finance, I really mean this."
Says U.S. Rep. Ron Kind’s "stimulus cost taxpayers $278,000 per job."
Says a new report proves the stimulus supported by N.J. Democrats cost $278,000 per job.
U.S. Reps. John Barrow and Sanford Bishop and their fellow Democrats "went on a spending spree and now their credit card is maxed out."
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