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Before "our last three presidents, you have to go back to the 1800s, early 1800s to find three presidents in a row being consecutively re-elected."

"The Koch brothers are one of the biggest polluters in the country."

Says Abraham Lincoln tried to buy slaves' freedom in border states, but the states "all rejected it."

"The majority support (raising) the minimum wage."

"Crimea became part of Ukraine only in 1954. Crimea was historically part of Russia, and (Nikita) Khrushchev gave it to Ukraine in a gesture that mystified some people."

"When the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport needed to stop its earthquake spike a few years ago, they temporarily shut down the wells that were injecting fracking fluid into the ground ... (and) those earthquakes stopped."

The words "subhuman mongrel," which Ted Nugent called President Barack Obama, were used by the Nazis to "justify the genocide of the Jewish community."

The words "subhuman mongrel," which Ted Nugent called President Barack Obama, were used by the Nazis to "justify the genocide of the Jewish community."

The Keystone pipeline creates "35 permanent jobs" after construction, according to a government report.

"It’s been 14 years since a president or a vice president or a member of their family has not gone and attended at least an event at the Olympics."

"The extra point is almost automatic. … (The NFL) had five missed extra points this year out of 1,200 some odd" attempts.

Quarterbacks "won the (Super Bowl) MVP more than 50 percent of the time."

"The Obama administration has used the Espionage Act to go after whistleblowers who leaked to journalists ... more than all previous administrations combined."

"Forty percent of the country is going to be in states that are tolerant of gay marriage or at least civil unions."

"Medicare costs have slowed down dramatically. In fact, the first two months of this fiscal year, Medicare costs were down even in nominal terms relative to the previous year."

Iran President Hassan "Rouhani has more Cabinet members with Ph.D.s from American universities" than members of Barack Obama’s Cabinet.

Says Rep. Steve Stockman "basically wants gun-filled zones in schools."  

Says Rep. Steve Stockman "basically wants gun-filled zones in schools."  

"Harry Reid was against (the nuclear option) before he was for it. Mitch McConnell was for it before he was against it. President Obama was against it before he was for it."

Says 18 states and the District of Columbia have voted Democratic in six consecutive presidential elections.  

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