In the Republican presidential debate in New Hampshire, none of the candidates mentioned the "middle class" or "education."
The U.S. has "47 million people on food stamps. That’s 14 million more than when the current occupant of the White House took over."
President Barack Obama deserves to be called "the most successful food stamp president in American history" because "47 million Americans are on food stamps."
Says it’s a "statistical reality that most single moms are very poor, under-educated, can't get a job, and if it weren't for government assistance, their kids would be starving to death."
"This town (Wilmington, Ohio) hasn’t taken any money from the government. They don’t want any money from the government."
In Wisconsin, "deaths from domestic violence are at the highest in 10 years."
"(I) helped to invent a system that saved over a billion dollars on welfare."
Says Rick Perry's proposal on driver licenses and high school dropouts has been state law since 1989.
A bill to aid state and local governments "is fully paid-for by closing costly corporate tax loopholes."
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