His vote was 1 of 60
Says Democratic challenger Russ Feingold "was the deciding vote on Obamacare."
Even if true (it's not) would be symbolic
"The Iranian parliament will get to say yes or no on this deal, and I think the United States Congress should have the exact same input into the process."
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Not how the system works
"Kids coming from an affluent background" are "taking advantage of all these student loan programs and grants" while many middle-class families with no connection to college are picking up the tab.
Outlier of a study on a long-dead bill
A recent study of a proposed cap-and-trade policy’s effect on Wisconsin consumers showed it could "raise gasoline prices by 141 percent and electricity rates by 171 percent" by 2030.
Picture a lot more cloudy than presented
"Before Act 10, the total cost of public sector employees’ employment was 29 percent higher than that in the private sector. After the act, it’s still 22 percent higher."
Claim centers on a critical news release that actually prompted changes to the project in question
Says Russ Feingold supported a stimulus plan that allowed a company to create 3,000 jobs in China.
Growth in the program may slow, but it's still increasing
Says "Russ Feingold cut Medicare by $523 billion."
A superficial similarity, but comparison misses the mark
Washington politicians "run Social Security like a Ponzi scheme."
Johnson writes New York out of the Great Lakes
Russ Feingold "voted against the law that protected our lakes" and "was the only Great Lakes senator to vote no."
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