All statements involving Rick Perry
Between 2000 and 2010, the illegal immigrant population of Texas increased by 60 percent, while California and Florida had "no increase."
Says Rick Perry increased spending in Texas by more than 50 percent.
"Romneycare has … killed 18,000 Massachusetts jobs."
When George W. Bush was governor of Texas, "the percentage uninsured went down." Under his successor, Rick Perry, "it's gone up."
Says Rick Perry co-chaired Al Gore’s campaign for president.
Says he "came to the Republican Party sooner in age" than Ronald Reagan.
Says El Paso was named America’s "Safest Large City" a year after San Antonio, Houston and Dallas had the nation’s highest crime rates.
Coca-Cola’s CEO "said he finds it easier to do work in China than in the United States."
"My home state since June of 2009 created 40 percent of the new jobs in America."
Says the private sector in Texas created 1 million jobs over the past decade.
Says only four Texas legislators voted against a law giving in-state tuition rates to certain illegal immigrants.
Says Texas wildfires are linked to climate change.
Says that illegal immigrants get a $100,000 break on University of Texas tuition over four years.
Says "our taxes have doubled" with Rick Perry in office.
Says Rick Perry is "spending more money than the state takes in, covering his deficits with record borrowing."
Says Rick Perry wrote a letter "supporting Hillarycare."
Says that Romney touted the Massachusetts health plan for the nation in his hardcover book but then deleted it for the paperback edition.
Says he "got lobbied" by a woman with late-stage cancer about vaccinating Texas girls against a virus that can cause cervical cancer.
Says he never said he wanted to move Social Security "back to the states."
"The federal government has not engaged in (border security) at all."
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