Case of he said, they may have said
"There have even been Republican congressmen who have said, ‘If you give us more money we don't know where we would even put additional Border Patrol agents.’ "
Bet Obama doesn't think so
Says President Barack Obama got "a pass" over controversal remarks by Rev. Jeremiah Wright, while a 12-year-old speech by House Majority Whip Steve Scalise has blown up into a national story.
On the edge maybe, but no violations
"We've caught Iran cheating on the interim (nuclear) deal."
That oil is worth a lot
"A lot of what (Cuba’s) survival depends on is Venezuelan oil money, which is drying up."
He meant Ritz-Carlton
The federal budget bill "reauthorizes the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, which provides taxpayer dollars so that the Four Seasons hotel can build a resort in Turkey."
A very misleading characterization
Says Saddam Hussein "had a 10-year relationship with al-Qaida."
Glosses over important protections even for terrorists
Terrorist detainees "were not covered by the Geneva Convention. They were unlawful combatants. And under those circumstances, they were not entitled to the normal kinds of courtesies and treatment."
Scientific consensus says otherwise
"There is no good data showing secondhand smoke kills people."
Ike wasn't far behind
Says President Barack Obama "has lost more members of the House and more members of the Senate than any president ever has lost" in modern times.
Government's best data is flawed
"In 2012, 123 African-Americans were shot dead by police. ... Same year, 326 whites were killed by police."
Right on both counts
Wisconsin is below the national average in wage growth and job growth.
Whites tend to kill whites as well
Says "93 percent of blacks in America are killed by other blacks."
UPDATED: If you use the highest estimate
On immigration, what reports say President Barack Obama "plans to do is roughly on the same scale" as what President George H.W. Bush did.
Raw numbers not the best measurement
"There are more people living in this country who were not born here than at anytime in the history of the country."
Oddly specific, unrealistic number
"The Kochs stand to make around $100 billion if the government approves the Keystone XL pipeline."
Based on an old and preliminary tally
"4.7 million people have lost their insurance in 32 states" due to Obamacare.
In line with most estimates
Repeal of Obamacare would "take away health care for 10.3 million Americans" who have received coverage since Oct. 1, 2013.
Reid's allowed a few votes
"The Democratic leader in the Senate, Harry Reid, has blocked any vote on the Keystone pipeline for years."
No, they're temporary construction jobs
The State Department says the 42,000 jobs created by the Keystone XL pipeline are "ongoing, enduring jobs."
No, but they are more reliable voters
"It is senior citizens, not Hispanics, who are the fastest-growing demographic in this country."
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