Statements about Government regulation
Rhode Island's unemployment insurance system "is the most expensive such system in the country."
"We have created new jobs here in Cranston -- more than 1,000."
Common Core "is not from the federal government," they "do not have their fingerprints on this thing at all."
Gov. Lincoln Chafee has imposed "a mandatory abortion fee" on all Rhode Islanders who buy health insurance through the state’s Obamacare exchange.
All members of Congress are required to be in Obamacare, but Obama and members of his administration "have their own gold-plated health care plans that they're in."
"Ninety six percent of employers in the Granite State are considered small businesses."
Domestic violence "is seen as a pre-existing" health condition and "women had to pay 50 percent more for health care because of gender ratings," but under Obamacare, "all of that is over."
"You have to get a license to fish on our beaches."
"Minnesota is kicking butt relative to Wisconsin on everything from employment and job creation to school test scores, educated work force and a host of other factors and rankings"
Americans spend more than $160 billion and 6 billion hours per year complying with the tax code.
"Global surface temperatures have been flat for 16 years."
"Since the passage of the Affordable Care Act, U.S. health care spending grew at 3.9 percent for the last three years, the lowest growth rate in over 50 years."
"We need to pass a carbon tax to stop climate change. Break up the Wall Street banks. And stop the government spying on innocent Americans. Cory Booker doesn’t support any of these ideas."
"Ohioans can expect to pay up to 41 percent more for their insurance premiums when Obamacare takes effect next year."
Says the U.S. Postal Service has taken no taxpayer aid since 1971, funds operations entirely from the sale of stamps and related products and makes an "operational profit year after year."
A provision of the Senate immigration bill would require you to have government permission to get a second job.
"We have no idea what is contained in [electronic cigarette] vapor."
Says New York has ‘bureaucrats telling you whether you can even drink a Big Gulp.’
An 11-year-old girl was investigated by the FBI and had to pay a $500 federal criminal fine "because she found an injured woodpecker and put it in a cage to make sure that the bird was OK."
"The State of Wisconsin thinks you should have to" wash your hands "at least 28 times to make one peanut butter-and-jelly sandwich."
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