Divide by 100
In the primary election, a "right-wing group spent more than $100,000,000 to support" Supreme Court Justice Rebecca Bradley.
Just the opposite
The Mitchell Park Domes "lose about $1 million-plus every year" and "the number of people going to the Domes has been going down."
Precedent six times over
"Six justices" on the U.S. Supreme Court have been "confirmed in presidential election years since 1912."
Both sets of remarks open to interpretation
Says when Bernie Sanders was in college, Sanders said "something very similar" to what conservative Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Rebecca Bradley had written as a college student in the 1990s -- that "women have a legitimate role in date rape."
President takes the lead, but no unilateral authority
Says Barack Obama "has the legal authority to let in really however many refugees he wants, from whatever country."
Ran twice as Republican in '80s; no affiliation since
"Republican Bob Donovan" has "run as a Republican time and again."
Asked, yes. Money, no
"When the auto industry was going under, car parts companies like" Johnson Controls "begged taxpayers for a bailout, and they got one."
Research ban effectively in effect
"Over 32,000 people die from #GunViolence every year. Yet, (The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) is banned from researching ways to prevent this."
None even Ryan's staff could cite
"There is a precedent" for not nominating someone to the U.S. Supreme Court "in the middle of a presidential election."
Replace the "b" with an "m"
Says Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele is a "billionaire."
Polls show Romney stayed steady or rose after the pick
When Mitt Romney chose Paul Ryan as his vice-presidential running mate, "that was the end" of Romney’s chances to win.
Except for all the vetting that goes on
Says "Barack Obama is apparently not for vetting people and saying just anybody can come" to the United States.
Taxpayers didn't purchase Abele's sweet ride
Says Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele spent "$100,000 of taxpayer money on a new luxury SUV."
Yes, but there are other options
In Sauk City, Wisconsin, "the ID office" that provides identification for voting "is only open on the fifth Wednesday of every month" -- a total of four days in 2016.
Unarmed when confronted; took officer's baton after being struck with it
Says Dontre Hamilton, who was killed during a confrontation with a Milwaukee police officer, was "unarmed."
Support was clear once, divided the second time
Says state Supreme Court candidate Joe Donald twice "supported" incumbent Justice Rebecca Bradley.
Yes, though bailout help was indirect
"We bailed out" Johnson Controls when "we saved the auto industry" and "now they want to avoid paying taxes."
Hornung tells it; letter essentially confirms it
Says President John F. Kennedy released a star Green Bay Packer from military reserve duty so that he could play in the 1961 NFL Championship Game.
Except for the funding he included
Says Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele "once proposed a plan to end county funding to homeless shelters."
Presidential campaign debt, future political travel expenses not really related
"Faced with $1 million in campaign debt," Scott Walker "is unloading his campaign security costs onto the backs of Wisconsin taxpayers."
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