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Ronald Reagan "raised taxes in 1982, 1984, 1985, 1986 and 1987."
"As Virginia lost over 65,000 jobs, (Tim) Kaine put partisan ambitions first" by serving as DNC chairman during the last year of his governorship.
Tim Kaine urged "$500 billion in Medicare cuts."
"Before I was governor, tuition was skyrocketing and we stopped that. We capped and then we froze college tuition."
Virginia women earn "only 79 cents to each dollar earned by men..."
Virginia "is home to more veterans per capita than any state in America."
"In Galveston, Texas, they have allowed people to privatize part of their Social Security. And people are building wealth."
Homosexual behavior "cuts your life by about 20 years."
President Obama budget request for veterans is "more than double the amount in constant dollars appropriated in 1980, when the veterans population was larger by a third."
"According to ATF data, 70 percent of firearms recovered and traced in drug cartel crimes in Mexico originated from the United States."
Prince William County "has cut violent crime in half" since instituting a crackdown on illegal immigration.
George Allen and his colleagues in the Senate "turned the biggest surplus in the history of the United States into the biggest deficit in the history of the United States."
Says when he was governor, "we expanded participation in Virginia in early childhood programs by nearly 40 percent."
If Congress froze the current spending level and then cut it by 2 percent annually, "we could balance the budget in five years."
The U.S. economy is "recovering slower than Europe "
Says the Congressional Budget Office has estimated "every penny of the federal budget will go to interest on the debt and entitlement spending by 2025."
George Allen "voted for 40,000 earmarks."
Says a bill requiring ultrasounds before abortions "was supported by Republicans and Democrats."
"Under President Obama, domestic oil production is at an eight-year high."
"On most things except witch trials, Virginia will always have been first."
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