Statements about Human Rights
"Nazi imagery [was used] by the Block for Governor campaign to describe supporters of Allan Fung for Governor."
Twenty four states have voter ID or comparable restrictions; before Barack Obama was elected, it was two.
Employers and schools have no right to conduct "surveillance of a dorm room or a worker’s cubicle."
"The governor does not have any power to veto a referendum [on same-sex marriage] that would be a constitutional amendment."
"When these [undocumented] students graduate from college, they're still illegal aliens. They cannot get a job."
President Obama gave Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood one and a half billion dollars.
"One out of four of our young people say they are victims of this (dating) violence."
The polls "show over half of Americans identify themselves as being pro-life."
"[The] ACLU and atheists in Denver are demanding the NFL stop [Tim Tebow] from praying on the sidelines."
Transporting drugs "is the price of admission" for people crossing the border illegally.
U.S. Rep. Jim Langevin didn't want a border fence to block illegal immigration "because he is afraid that someone will get hurt trying to go around the fence."
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