All statements involving Paul Ryan

"His new running mate, Congressman Ryan, put forward a plan that would let Governor Romney pay less than 1 percent in taxes each year."

The Romney-Ryan plan for Medicare "does not affect" benefits for anyone 55 or older.

Paul Ryan’s Medicare plan "could raise future retirees’ costs more than $6,000."

Says Obama puts "15 unelected, unaccountable bureaucrats in charge of Medicare, who are required to cut Medicare ... that will lead to denied care for current seniors."

"In Florida, they're already talking about how the Ryan-Romney plan will end Medicare and replace it with a voucher."

Says Congressmen Paul Ryan and Todd Akin co-sponsored legislation "to limit federal funding for abortion to victims of ‘forcible rape.’"

Says under Wisconsin law, he cannot remove his name from the ballot for re-election to Congress.

"Paul Ryan got his start in politics, as a young staffer just out of college, working for then-Congressman John Kasich’s Budget Committee."

Paul Ryan would "outlaw in vitro fertilization."

Says "Paul Ryan supports banning all abortions, even in cases of rape or incest."  

Says Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan "want to turn Medicare into a voucher system."

Says Paul Ryan "wants to cut Pell Grant scholarships for nearly 10 million students."

Says Paul Ryan's budget relies on the same $700 billion in savings from Medicare that Mitt Romney and other Republicans have been attacking Democrats about.

Says if labor force participation rate were the same as when Barack Obama became president, unemployment would be 11 percent.

Says a national Coca-Cola study showed Texans love Texas more than residents of any other state love their state; Wisconsinites ranked second.

Says Rep. Paul Ryan’s budget proposal "would effectively double the interest paid out on existing and future student loans."

President Barack Obama "has doubled the size of government since he took office."

Under the House Republican budget, "if these cuts were to be spread out evenly … the year after next, nearly 10 million college students would see their financial aid cut by an average of more than $1,000 each."

Says U.S. Senate Democrats "have gone without any budget at all" for more than 1,000 days.

Even a 100 percent tax on millionaires would only fund four months of government operations, failing to seriously address budget deficits and debt.

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