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"Things went wrong with the Medicare prescription D plan that George Bush rolled out."
In Massachusetts, "half of the primary care doctors are not accepting new patients."
"For the first time since the Korean War, total federal spending has gone down for two years in a row."
If the government shuts down, "all military personnel will continue to serve and accrue pay but will not actually be paid until appropriations are available."
President Barack Obama "had the legal authority" to strike Syria without a vote from Congress.
According to a recent poll, "there are more young Republicans enrolled in their parents' (health insurance) plans than young Democrats."
Fleeing Syria, "a million children are now refugees."
"We now sell more products made in America to the rest of the world than ever before."
"Why didn't (uninsured Americans) buy insurance? Because of the expense."
Says Florida refused to allow the insurance commissioner to "negotiate lower rates with companies or refuse rates that are too high" under Obamacare.
"Since the Affordable Care Act passed, 90 percent of job growth has been in full-time positions."
"This year, the overwhelming majority of new jobs are part time."
"More than 72 percent of children in the African-American community are born out of wedlock."
Says "our deficits are falling at the fastest rate in 60 years."
"The income of the top 1 percent nearly quadrupled from 1979 to 2007, but the typical family’s incomes barely budged."
Food stamp spending "doubled under President Bush, doubled again under President Obama."
"There was a Gallup poll in Egypt last year, and 70 percent of Egyptians don't want our money."
In South Florida, "we've had nine inches of sea-level rise since the 1920s."
If it is enacted, the Senate immigration bill is "going to make the Border Patrol bigger than the FBI -- you could put one agent every 250 feet."
"Since Newtown, more people have died at the end of a gun than we have lost in Afghanistan."
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