All statements involving Rick Santorum

"Santorum also voted for a teapot museum in North Carolina."

Says he has "been able to attract independents and Democrats to win" elections in Pennsylvania.

Says Rick Santorum voted for the Bridge to Nowhere.

Says the unemployment rate for college graduates is 4.4 percent and over 10 percent for noncollege-educated.

The balanced-budget amendment once came within one vote of passing Congress but was defeated because of the no vote from a top Senate Republican, and Rick Santorum says he "stood up and called for him to resign his chairmanship."

"The unemployment rate among (the) non-college-educated is well into the double digits in America. It's 4 percent or 5 percent for people who have college degrees."

Says Romney wrote in the first edition of his book that his health care plan should be expanded nationwide and then, "You took it out of your book."

The poverty rate for families in which a husband and a wife work is 5 percent, but in families headed by one person … "it's 30 percent today."

Says that in 2001, Rick Perry spoke favorably of binational health insurance between Mexico and Texas.

Says Rick Perry "provided in-state tuition... for illegal immigrants."

In Europe, "church attendance rates (are) in the single digits" because churches are supported by taxes.

The Medicare drug program "resulted in the program coming in 40 percent under budget. ... And the reason it was, is because the design was right." 

Says President Barack Obama "has put (up) a stop sign … against oil drilling, against any kind of exploration offshore or in Alaska."

"The cost-of-living increase in Social Security is tied to wage inflation."

"A third of all the young people in America are not in America today because of abortion, because one in three pregnancies end in abortion."

"Any child born prematurely, according to the president, in his own words, can be killed."

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