Statements about Legal Issues
"We did not seek an impeachment of President Bush."
"The House of Representatives has never sued a sitting president in all of U.S. history."
"Latinos now make up the majority population in Texas."
Former President George W. Bush and former Vice President Dick Cheney are "unable to visit Europe due to outstanding warrants."
Republicans "went out of the way to praise (Eric) Holder's nomination. ... Not a single Republican senator opposed Eric Holder's nomination."
Says attorney general candidate Jon Richards "went so far to say he would only enforce the laws with which he personally agreed."
"We spend $18 billion a year on making sure that the federal government has immigrant enforcement agents. That's more than DEA and the ATF and the FBI and all the other enforcement (agencies) combined."
When undocumented children are picked up at the border and "told to appear later in court ... 90 percent do not then show up."
"Justice John Roberts Signed Off On Obama’s Arrest For Treason."
Says Greg Abbott "has lost" in court "four times in just the past few days."
"A salesclerk at Hobby Lobby who needs contraception … is not going to get that service through her employer’s health care plan because her employer doesn’t think she should be using contraception."
When asked by a reporter whether he’s at the center of a "criminal scheme" to violate campaign laws, Gov. Scott Walker nodded yes.
Wisconsin was the "first state to ban public and private sector employment discrimination based on sexual orientation."
Says the secret John Doe criminal investigation of his campaign has been "resolved" and two judges have said it is "over."
Barack Obama is the "first president to file lawsuits against the states he swore an oath to protect."
When Rick Scott "was deposed in lawsuits about his company, he took the Fifth 75 times."
By 2009, "dozens of senior terrorists had been taken off the battlefield" by drones.
"Public display of a long rifle is perfectly legal in Texas."
Florida has "the most errors and exonerations from death row."
In Texas, "a faceless hospital panel can deny life-sustaining care, giving you only 10 days to find another facility for your mother, dad, or young child, even if the patient is conscious."
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