Campaign to campaign
"I was the first member of Congress to contribute to Donald Trump."
Says Pete Gallego "went and lobbied after you fired him from Congress."
Says the director of an anti-abortion group receiving a Texas grant to provide women’s health services "believes HIV can be spread through the sewer system."
Sliced every which way
"Today California is kicking our butt, creating more jobs and more economic growth than Texas."
Castro wasn't mayor yet
"In 2009, his first year as mayor," Julián Castro "received a seven-figure referral fee" that smells like a dirty financial gift "from notorious personal injury lawyer Mikal Watts, a major Obama donor."
"@realDonaldTrump is coming to San Antonio, which is 60% Mexican-AMERICAN."
Do the math
In 2005 and 2007, " Joe Straus received a 100 percent rating by NARAL (the National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League)."
But Texas trails four other states as the fastest growing
"Texas is growing twice as fast as the rest of the country."
Texas tax burden varies by county
Texas has the sixth-highest property taxes in the nation.
UPDATED: Smith continues to spar with EPA over policies
"The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) has estimated that the Obama administration’s Power Plan will cause energy costs in Texas to rise as much as 16 percent per year."
More suicides than homicides
"We lose an average of 90 Americans every day because of guns."
Home web access links to income
"Less than half of the poorest American households have a home Internet subscription."
Texas House Speaker Joe Straus said, ‘I do not care if Wallace Hall swings from a tree.’
Patrick evidently helped put money into budget
"In 2013," Dan Patrick voted "against funding to test the backlog of rape kits, allowing rapists to walk free."
"Our men and women of the Guard have been forced to contact food banks to feed themselves."
Crime happens everywhere
"We have less crime in the (Rio Grande) Valley than we do in other major Texas cities."
Not a lot of bigger cities
San Antonio is "now the largest city in the United States ever to have an African American woman mayor."
Previous president reaffirmed policy letting children stay a while
Says children are coming into the U.S. in "staggering numbers" because President Barack Obama "has been promising amnesty."
Temporary stays aren't amnesty
Says 95 percent of people caught crossing the U.S.-Mexico border said in a survey "we are coming because we’ve been promised amnesty."
Crooks? They'd done their time
"Last year," Obama "administration officials released into our neighborhoods more than 36,000 criminal immigrants who had nearly 88,000 convictions. The crimes included hundreds of convictions for murder, rape and kidnapping and thousands of drug-related crimes."