Statements about Message Machine 2012
Josh Mandel "is lying about his own record. The rating of Ohio's investment fund has NOT improved."
Says Republican U.S. Senate candidate Tommy Thompson "supports massive tax cuts for corporations that outsource Wisconsin jobs."
Says "One of the state’s largest governments made charging this tax one of their top priorities just this year."
"President Obama decided not to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in New York."
Says Obama sent $450 million to China to build a wind farm in Texas.
College tuition "costs have risen by 25 percent under the Democrats."
Says Obama adviser David Plouffe took "large piles of cash" from a joint venture partner of a company owned by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard.
Says Romney tax plan "could take away middle-class deductions for child care, mortgages and college tuition."
James Langevin "has received almost $20 million from taxpayers and special interests to use at his own discretion to supposedly champion Rhode Island’s needs."
"Eight million Americans have dropped out of the work force since (Barack) Obama became president. ... The real unemployment rate is 19 percent."
Says President Barack Obama is responsible for pending defense cuts.
Says U.S. Senate candidate Tommy Thompson "admitted" that Washington, D.C., "changed" him into an insider selling his influence to make millions from powerful special interests.
Says Barack Obama's comments indicate he "believes in redistribution" of wealth.
"Even today part of Romney’s fortune is invested in China."
"Seven times Obama could have stopped China's cheating. Seven times, he refused."
"Under Obama, families have lost over $4,000 a year in income."
Says Romney and Ryan "both backed proposals that would outlaw abortions even in cases of rape or incest."
Says he "will protect your guaranteed benefits" in Medicare while "Mitt Romney would take away Medicare as guaranteed benefits."
Says Republican U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy "voted against paying our soldiers" and "against increasing combat pay" while voting "to protect his own pay."
Says Congressman Jon Runyan has a "plan to raise Medicare costs $6,400 a year."
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