All statements involving Tim Kaine

"President Obama and liberal former DNC Chairman Tim Kaine’s $787 billion stimulus failed to create jobs."

On whether judges should be allowed to place children with gay couples who wish to adopt.

Virginia ranked near the bottom of the nation 50 years ago in per capita income but is in the top 10 today. It had a "very low" rate of higher education attainment but is now above the national average.

Tim Kaine broke a campaign promise not to raise taxes.

Tim Kaine proposed "over $6 billion in tax increases from the time he entered the governor’s mansion until the time he left."

Virginia was named "best managed state, best state for business and best state to raise a child" while I was governor. 

On running for Senate if Jim Webb retires.

"We’ve now gained private sector jobs 12 months in a row."

Under former President George W. Bush’s administration "while the population in that period grew by 10 percent, the number of jobs in the nation grew by 1 percent."

Tim Kaine wants to thwart "right-to-work reform measures in Midwest battleground states."

Obama’s mid-term approval ratings are similar to other presidents who went on to re-election.  

Republican plan to extend Bush tax cuts "would double deficit projections going forward for the next couple of decades."

When Obama took office "the economy of the United States was actually shrinking for the first time in about 70 years."

Republicans tried to block the deficit commission.

The primary election results show Democrats are strong in Kentucky because the Democratic candidates "both got more votes than Rand Paul did."

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