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Says U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson "voted with the Democrats in Congress nearly 95 percent of the time."
One Wisconsin school district "is so worried about losing state funding that it has stopped giving milk to elementary school kids during snack time."
"In (Sen. Marco) Rubio's state of Florida alone, Social Security lifts more than -- count it -- a million people out of poverty."
"The average Republican voter thinks there should be some revenue as part of this deal."
According to David Cay Johnston, "the average American pays about 22 percent of their income to federal taxes. The richest 400 Americans … pay about 16 percent of their income to federal taxes."
Says Allen West helped thwart a terrorist plot by shooting a gun in the direction of an Iraqi detainee, then reported the incident to his superior and said it was wrong.
"The firefighters, the policemen and others who supported (Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker) in his election bid ... don't have to worry about their collective bargaining rights."
The majority of people in polls do "not support Obamacare."
Many of the 9/11 conspirators came from the Muslim Brotherhood, including Osama bin Laden, Ayman Zawahiri and Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.
"Saturday's shootings reflect a disturbing trend. Mass shootings have become commonplace since the Virginia Tech massacre in 2007. There have been dozens of incidents where three or more people have been fatally wounded. Hundreds have died."
"Barack Obama is in an economy that's only worsened since he's been president of the United States."
A proposal to reduce the deficit "involved large tax cuts for the top bracket."
"The Republican who was just elected governor of the great state of Florida paid his campaign staffers, not with money, but with American Express gift cards."
Just like the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, "the AFL-CIO receives dues from foreign entities associated with it."
"There have been more terrorist attacks on U.S. soil by ... Muslims in Obama's first 18 months in office than in the six years under Bush after he invaded Iraq."
"We know that tax cuts are remarkably un-stimulative when you compare them with different kinds of government spending."
The Bush administration "pulled the troops out of Afghanistan, pulled the resources away, because they wanted to invade Iraq instead."
Democrats in the 1930s wanted President Franklin Roosevelt "to be more conservative."
The final pitch of Don Larsen's perfect game in the 1956 World Series "was a foot and half probably high and outside."
"The 2000 Census cost $4.5 billion. The 2010 Census is set to cost up to $14.5 billion."
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