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AIG has fully repaid the federal government "plus a profit of more than $22 billion."
Says Walmart employees represent the largest group of Medicaid and food stamp recipients in many states, costing the taxpayer $1,000 per worker.
Says Mitt Romney "was director of a company that stole millions from Medicare."
Says "Mitt Romney’s plan rolls back regulations" on banks.
"Pakistan has 100 nuclear warheads and they’re rushing to build a lot more. They’ll have more than Great Britain sometime in the relatively near future."
Says Mitt Romney "just gave a speech a few weeks ago" and said "we should still have troops in Iraq."
"I went to the Olympics that was out of balance, and we got it on balance."
"The president said he was going to create daylight between ourselves and Israel."
Says a university survey concluded his Massachusetts administration "had more women in senior leadership positions than any other state in America."
"George Bush never suggested that we eliminate funding for Planned Parenthood."
Says Mitt Romney refused to say whether he'd sign the Lilly Ledbetter bill.
"The Canadians — they (dropped) their tax rates to 15 percent. The average tax rate on businesses in the industrialized world is 25 percent."
Massachusetts schools "are ranked No. 1 of all 50 states."
"We’re now spending 42 percent of our economy on government."
Romney "would turn Medicare into a voucher program."
Chinese tire imports threatened 1,000 American jobs, so President Obama "stood up to China and protected American workers. Mitt Romney attacked Obama's decision."
"Taxes are lower on families than they've been probably in the last 50 years."
Says Obama adviser David Plouffe took "large piles of cash" from a joint venture partner of a company owned by Iran’s Revolutionary Guard.
"Even today part of Romney’s fortune is invested in China."
"Fifty percent of kids coming out of school can't get a job."
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