Statements about Debates
"The city of Portland has won more national Constitution contests than any city in America."
"The sequester is not something that I've proposed. It is something that Congress has proposed."
Says Mitt Romney wants to add $2 trillion to defense budget that the military hasn’t asked for.
Says Connie Mack’s Penny Plan would cut "over $200 billion out of Medicare, over $1 trillion out of Social Security. ... $3 trillion out of defense."
Says Barack Obama was silent on Iran "when the students took to the streets in Tehran and the people there protested, (and) the Green Revolution occurred."
Says Mitt Romney "just gave a speech a few weeks ago" and said "we should still have troops in Iraq."
Says Mitt Romney was clear that he "would not provide government assistance to the U.S. auto companies, even if they went through bankruptcy."
"The president said he was going to create daylight between ourselves and Israel."
"A few months ago when you were asked what's the biggest geopolitical threat facing America, you said Russia."
Says Connie Mack voted to redefine "rape" as "forcible rape."
"George Bush never suggested that we eliminate funding for Planned Parenthood."
Says Connie Mack takes two homestead exemptions, "directly contrary to Florida’s Constitution."
In 2012, Connie Mack missed 178 votes, "one of the worst voting records" in Congress.
"Bill Nelson voted for higher taxes 150 times."
Says Barack Obama has pension investments that include Chinese firms, and "investments through a Caymans trust."
Says Mitt Romney suggested that "employers should be able to make the decision as to whether or not a woman gets contraception through her insurance coverage."
Says Barack Obama began his presidency "with an apology tour."
Says President Obama waited two weeks to call the attack in Libya "terror."
Says Mitt Romney refused to say whether he'd sign the Lilly Ledbetter bill.
When Mitt Romney was governor of Massachusetts, he "stood in front of a coal plant and pointed at it and said, ‘This plant kills.’"
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