Statements about Congress
"Thom Tillis cut almost $500 million from education."
"There are 278 Republicans in Congress. (With Eric Cantor's defeat), they are now all Christian and all white except for one black senator, who was appointed."
"It was Dan Sullivan who wrote a bill to cut Alaskans out of those decisions" about where they can hunt and fish.
Senate immigration legislation is the "Obama-Reid plan to give illegal immigrants amnesty."
"28 percent of Kentuckians don’t have any online access."
Congress' decision to "spend less around the world" on embassy security contributed to "tragedies" like Benghazi.
Congress used earmarks "for more than 200 years."
Says Rep. Justin Amash "votes more with the Democrats than with the Republicans."
With only 67 bills or so passed into law, "2013 was the least productive year in congressional history since we’ve been keeping record."
Idaho Republican Rep. Mike Simpson is a "liberal" who voted with Nancy Pelosi to "fund sex study programs of San Francisco prostitutes" and "to regulate the sale of firearms."
Says the Club for Growth tries to defeat Republicans, and that its president called Nancy Pelosi "the person I respect the most in Washington."
Says Cory Gardner "championed an eight-year crusade to outlaw birth control here in Colorado."
"One thing that is much more unpopular than the Affordable Care Act is repealing the Affordable Care Act."
Says opposing the Paycheck Fairness Act is part of the Koch brothers’ agenda.
Says the Koch brothers want to "protect tax cuts for companies that ship our jobs overseas."
Says Rep. Michele Bachmann said President Barack Obama might be to blame for the Fort Hood shootings.
Says Sen. Mitch McConnell is "the No. 1 recipient of contributions from lobbyists this cycle."
"Mitch McConnell voted with Harry Reid to infringe on our gun rights."
Says Alaska Sen. Mark Begich supported President Barack Obama’s economic policies "97 percent of the time."
"The Republican leadership in the House has refused to address the issues that matter the most to Rhode Island, such as passing a jobs bill."
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