Posted: March 29, 2010 by The STR in NEWS & LOCAL NEWS

A scorecard separating fact from fiction

"The average cost for health insurance in Florida went from about $600 a month for an individual to about $150 a month."

Charlie Crist

Overall, Floridians would have paid less taxes

Rubio’s tax swap proposal "would have been a massive tax increase."

Marco Rubio

Very close on target

"Since that famous day in February where the governor campaigned with Barack Obama on behalf of the stimulus program, 211,000 Floridians have lost their jobs."

Marco Rubio

Fresh off the news, he’s right

"Just this week we received the news that for the first time Social Security is now paying out more in benefits than it’s taking in. That was something that was supposed to happen in 2016."

Marco Rubio

Not what the record shows

Did not vote for tax increases as a member of the West Miami City Commission.

Kendrick Meek

Bashing "ObamaCare" doesn’t equal ditching health care biz entirely

"Marco Rubio thinks that government shouldn’t be in the health care business at all."

Charlie Crist

2004 was a good year

Marco Rubio’s "income skyrocketed while his power increased."

Charlie Crist

But that’s barely a dent of the uninsured

In Cover Florida "thousands already enrolled and climbing."

Marco Rubio

Back to the back wax

The Associated Press called Charlie Crist’s attacks "over the top," "out of context," and "not true."

Kathy Castor

Yes, the only Florida Democrat

Says she was the “the only Democrat who voted against the Wall Street bailout."


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