Statements about Candidate Biography
Says New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg says "we can only have three bullets" and "the NRA wants firearms with nukes on them."
"Mitt Romney made over a hundred million dollars by shutting down (a Marion, Ind. paper) plant."
"I went to the Olympics that was out of balance, and we got it on balance."
Says a university survey concluded his Massachusetts administration "had more women in senior leadership positions than any other state in America."
As a Member of Congress, Chris Murphy "was raking in $1 million in salary."
"This is what President Obama said the jobless rate would be if we passed the stimulus: 5.6 percent."
"In Romney's first budget (in Massachusetts), he cut $248.7 million from K-12 education."
"In one year, (President Obama) provided $90 billion in breaks to the green energy world … into solar and wind, to Solyndra and Fisker and Tesla and Ener1."
Says Mitt Romney’s investments created zero jobs.
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 President Barack Obama "gives students the right to repay (federal) loans as a clear, fixed, low percentage of their income for up to 20 years."
When it comes to jobless workers, "Mitt Romney says he likes to fire people."
At Bain Capital, "we helped start an early childhood learning company called Bright Horizons that First Lady Michelle Obama rightly praised."
Barack Obama has "never even worked in business."
Mitt Romney "gave away his father's inheritance."
Says Mitt Romney "paid only 14 percent in taxes — probably less than you."
Says Mitt Romney did not pay taxes for 10 years.
It’s "typical" for a presidential candidate to release 10 or 11 years of tax returns.
Says Romney had the uniforms for the 2002 Winter Olympic games made in Burma.
Says India "gained jobs thanks to Romney."
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