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Says the number of Democrats who voted for the GOP measure allowing health plan renewals is close to the number who voted on GOP bills to delay mandates on employers and individuals.
"The (health care) law does not demand that all of these cancellations go out."
"Under President (George W.) Bush, prosecution of gun crimes was 30 percent higher than it is under President Obama."
"On (the federal minimum wage of) $7.75, you can’t even make half the poverty level."
"Given how expansive our program already was," expanding Medicaid in New Jersey due to Obamacare "was a relatively small expansion."
"In the last four years, our economy has grown on average 0.9 percent a year."
"Things went wrong with the Medicare prescription D plan that George Bush rolled out."
Says the Obama administration is handing out a pamphlet titled, "What To Do When The Veteran In Your Classroom Attempts A Mass Shooting"
Says Kay Hagan "supports waivers for friends of Obama and special treatment for Congress and their staffs."
Says "new mandates are already reducing full-time employment."
"What we said was, you can keep (your plan) if it hasn’t changed since the law passed."
In 1929, the Secretary of State shut down a program that was "collecting information to protect America" because it was "unseemly," but that move led to "millions and millions" of deaths in World War II.
Due to Obamacare, Arkansas "has covered almost 14 percent of its uninsured already."
"Health insurance is more expensive in Massachusetts than anywhere else in the country."
"If I have affordable coverage in my workplace, I'm not eligible to go into the marketplace. ... It’s illegal."
"FACT: Nothing in #Obamacare forces people out of their health plans."
Says Mike Enzi is "getting about 84 percent of his campaign funds from Washington-based PACs. That's more than any senator of either party."
"The number of Americans who receive means-tested government benefits -- welfare -- now outnumbers those who are year-round full-time workers."
"The vast majority of people in this country are keeping their (health insurance) plan."
"Hidden" in the healthcare.gov code is language that means users "waive any reasonable right to privacy of your personal information."
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