Statements about Bipartisanship
"In her nearly decade and (a) half in Congress, Tammy Baldwin has sponsored 105 bills. Only three have been enacted into law."
Every "major newspaper in Texas calls" David Dewhurst "a moderate."
"Now, in the House of Representatives, we have 40 different jobs bills that have passed and almost all of them have been bipartisan."
"Overwhelming Democrat and Republican votes" in 2011 for legislation in two special sessions on jobs demonstrated the bipartisan nature of the Wisconsin Legislature.
"When I started in Ohio it was terrible. Now, we’re getting bipartisan support for our bills. And that’s called leadership."
Says Democratic runoff opponent Grady Yarbrough twice previously ran statewide as a Republican.
"Forty years ago ... about half of congressional districts were genuinely competitive. Today, only about 10 percent of House races on Cook Political Report are listed as ‘toss-ups’ or ‘lean’ to one party."
Each U.S. House member who voted to overhaul Social Security in 1983 was re-elected.
In 1992, Mitt Romney "gave money to Democrats for Congress."
"When I was fighting against cap and trade, the speaker was sitting down with Nancy Pelosi on a sofa encouraging it."
Rob Cornilles has been endorsed by 20 local mayors, including Independent, Democratic and Republican.
"Martin Luther King Jr. was a Republican."
The proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline is a bipartisan proposal.
"I also voted 98 percent of the time with Republicans in the Oregon Legislature."
"One year today since #GOP took control of the House" and "no new jobs."
Says Newt Gingrich "co-sponsored a bill with Nancy Pelosi that would have given $60 million a year to a U.N. program supporting China’s brutal one-child policy."
I differed with my party on business legislation, on consumer protection, and on free trade agreements.
Suzanne Bonamici votes with her party a partisan 98 percent of the time.
Says the congressional ethics investigation against him was conducted by "a very partisan political committee" in a way that "related more to the politics of the Democratic Party than to ethics."
Says Newt Gingrich is responsible for the gridlocked politics of Washington.
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