Latest Mostly True Fact-checks on Alan Grayson Alan Grayson stated on June 30, 2016 in an interview with the "Tampa Bay Times" editorial board: Says Patrick Murphy has "taken more money from Wall Street than any other member of Congress other than the speaker and the majority leader." Alan Grayson stated on May 11, 2016 in a fundraising email: Says Patrick Murphy is one of "only three Democrats in the House today who voted" to create the Benghazi committee. Alan Grayson stated on April 25, 2016 in an Orlando debate: Says LeBron James "stops paying his Social Security taxes at the beginning of the second quarter of the first game of the season." Alan Grayson stated on July 9, 2015 in an announcement video: "In the past two years in Congress, I’ve written more bills, passed more amendments on the floor of the House and enacted more of my bills into law than any other member of the House." Alan Grayson stated on November 24, 2012 in a Huffington Post column: Says Walmart employees represent the largest group of Medicaid and food stamp recipients in many states, costing the taxpayer $1,000 per worker. Alan Grayson stated on September 1, 2011 in an e-mail to supporters about his opposition to the Iraq and Afghanistan wars: "$360 million of our tax dollars went straight to ... the Taliban." Alan Grayson stated on November 17, 2010 in a speech on the House floor.: "The Republican plan for tax cuts is to give each millionaire -- the top 1 percent of income in this country -- $83,347 a year in tax cuts." Alan Grayson stated on October 6, 2010 in a campaign commercial: Dan Webster "would force victims of rape and incest to bear their attacker's child." Alan Grayson stated on August 27, 2010 in an ad.: "When career politician Daniel Webster became speaker of the House, he wasted $32,000 of our money on a spiral staircase for his office." Alan Grayson stated on August 18, 2010 in MSNBC's "The Ed Show.": The United States is "50th in life expectancy" in the world. Alan Grayson stated on March 3, 2010 in an interview on CNN's Larry King Live: Reconciliation was used "for tax cuts for the rich twice under Bush."