Cuts had bipartisan support, until now
Tim Kaine "reduced higher education funding by 25 percent when he was governor, driving up tuition..."
Right on the money
Says he "cut taxes by more than $600 million" when he was governor.
Overall spending went up, but some programs were cut
"As Virginia’s governor, Allen cut spending and waste with bipartisan support."
Presidents don't control gas prices
The cost of a gas tank fill-up has risen $30 since Barack Obama became president.
No more true now than when we rated it a year ago
"Obamacare ... will kill jobs across America."
Actually, he was one of 15
"I was one of about a dozen (senators) who voted against the Bridge to Nowhere."
Under Kaine logic, 51 people cast "the deciding vote."
George Allen cast "the deciding vote" for the 2003 Bush tax cuts.
The national debt increased $16,000 every second George Allen served in the U.S. Senate.
Coal makes U.S. king
The United States "is number one in the world in energy resources; Russia is number two."
Number's wrong and plan's misrepresented
Stimulus money went to "office upgrades for politicians."
Allen has no flat tax plan
George Allen's flat tax "plan would actually shrink revenues further than the Perry (flat tax) plan."
Says he was too hard on Allen
On George Allen's U.S. senate candidacy.
Bottom line increased 45 percent
Takes credit for "reining in" state spending when he was governor.
Fewer bureaucrats, more private consultants
Takes credit for "substantially reducing the size of the state workforce."
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