All Mostly True statements involving Rick Perry
"Ninety-five percent of all the wages in Texas are above minimum wage."
Says a growing number of extremely premature babies survive into healthy childhood.
Says the 2014-15 Texas budget increases spending by less than the rate of inflation and population growth.
Says Obama called Medicaid "broken" four years ago.
Says Texas high school "graduation rates are at an all-time high—the third-highest in the nation—which represents a significant turnaround from just a few short years ago."
"A hundred percent of all the jobs lost during the recession have been reclaimed in Texas … while the nation is at about 36 percent."
Says there’s no proven instance where hydraulic fracking has polluted groundwater.
Says Rick Santorum voted for the Bridge to Nowhere.
Says Mitt Romney raised business taxes 20 percent in Massachusetts.
"A part-time Congress with half the pay would still make $38,000 a year more than the average American family."
"My home state since June of 2009 created 40 percent of the new jobs in America."
Says that when President Obama visited El Paso, he "pronounced that the border with Mexico and the United States was safer than it ever was in history."
Says Texas has "the fourth-lowest debt per capita of any state in the nation, and we are the lowest of any of the big states."
Says a "rather extraordinary amount of non-classroom employees" were added by Texas school districts over the last decade.
"In 1981, Matagorda, Brazoria, and Galveston Counties all opted out of the Social Security program for their employees. Today, their program is very, very well-funded and there is no question about whether it’s going to be funded in" years to come.
Says he said last year there's "absolutely no reason" for Texas to secede.
U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison “voted to continue Roe v. Wade.”
“The Trans-Texas Corridor is dead.”
"More than 1,000 people ... move to Texas every day."
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