Statements about Bipartisanship
Alaska Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Mark Begich "vote as much as 80 percent of the time together."
"Congressman (Tom) Cotton is the only Arkansan in Congress -- Democrat or Republican -- to vote against disaster relief five times."
Republican candidate for governor Allan Fung "donated to Democrats like Congressman David Cicilline, disgraced (House) speaker Gordon Fox and even Mr. Obamacare, Harry Reid."
Says Scott Brown voted with President Barack Obama 70 percent of the time in 2011.
With only 67 bills or so passed into law, "2013 was the least productive year in congressional history since we’ve been keeping record."
"Shaheen votes with Obama 99 percent of the time."
David Alameel "is giving thousands of dollars to support the Republican Party candidates" including John Cornyn and Greg Abbott.
Wisconsin is "one of the bluest" states, but under Scott Walker its unemployment rate "is around 3.5%."
"I was the most bipartisan senator in the United States Senate."
Says Alaska Sen. Mark Begich supported President Barack Obama’s economic policies "97 percent of the time."
"Of the 20 bills [Rep. David] Cicilline has sponsored in his three years in office, not a single one has advanced past the embryonic committee stage."
Travis County is "surrounded by red counties."
"61 percent of non-tea party Republicans actually agree...there is 'solid evidence the earth is warming,' ...[but] 70 percent of tea partiers, contrarily, say there is 'no solid evidence' the earth is warming."
"During the last election, Democrats won over a million votes more than Republicans, but because of the way districts are designed, the Republicans got 33 more members of the House of Representatives than the Democrats did."
In a poll, "53 percent of young Republican voters . . . under age 35 said that they would describe a climate [change] denier as 'ignorant,' 'out of touch' or 'crazy.'"
Terry McAuliffe has "threatened to shut down Virginia’s government if his budget plan isn’t supported."
Ken Cuccinelli "tried to shut down" state government.
"I’ve been reducing the number of Democratic" Texas Senate committee "chairs since I came in" as lieutenant governor.
The 2010 DREAM Act failed despite "strong bipartisan support."
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