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"US: Change in Income, 2009-13. Top 1%: +31.4%. Bottom 99%: +0.4%."

"Under the Espionage Act, (Edward Snowden would not be) allowed to come into court and say ‘I was justified in disclosing this information.’ There is no whistleblower exception in the Espionage Act."

Because of the health care law, "by 2017, we will be funneling over $100 billion annually to private insurance companies."

"(The farm bill) has a provision that would in many ways reduce the deficit."

Republican state lawmakers "are refusing to give the people of their own states their own tax dollars back in the form of (expanded) Medicaid."

Says President Barack Obama "came into office very concerned about" wiretappings but "then he became president of the United States, he got all the briefings … (and) he decided … the balance is probably pretty appropriately struck."  

To comply with non-discrimination laws, the government is "forcing people in business to make wedding cakes" for anyone.  

The United States is "behind many countries in Europe in terms of the ability of every kid in America to get ahead."

"About 40 percent of workers don’t ... have a single paid sick day."

"One-third of all bank tellers (are) on public assistance."

"The economy bled $24 billion" due to the government shutdown.

Republican ideas on health care don’t give people "an option to even enroll in something that they can afford."

"8.5 million Americans have gotten rebate checks because their insurance companies were spending too much money on executive bonuses and administrative costs and not enough on health care."

Says Chris Christie "vetoed Planned Parenthood funding five times over the course of his governorship."  

Says Chris Christie "vetoed Planned Parenthood funding five times over the course of his governorship."  

"When is a farm bill not a farm bill? When 90 percent of it is for food stamps."

The average fast food worker is 29, and most fast food workers "are on some form of public assistance."

The federal health care law raises taxes and cuts Medicare.

"On day one, six people were able to sign up" for health insurance through the federal marketplace.

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