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Do you regret your vote for the Assault Weapons Ban in '94? Nah, you know going back and regretting. I voted for an assault weapons ban. When you're a governor for eight years, you got a record, and here's mine. I earned an A-plus rating from the NRA. Florida's pro-gun laws have been the model for other states. You worked to expand Medicaid, you worked with President Obama. To give President Obama bipartisan cover on Obamacare. Your answer. Yeah. One governor expanded Medicaid and the other did too. Well I think that was wrong. I don't think we should be expanding a broken insurance system that will cost hundreds of billions of dollars, when it's dramatically expanded as is. We're gonna make the Pentagon a triangle. I'm thrilled. I spent a whole career trying to rein in defense spending. We need to rebuild the military. As President of the United States, I will be a Commander-in-Chief that will have the back of the military. The Cato Institute gave you a D on its government's report card last year, noting that the budget grew 13.6 percent in 2014. 1.3 million jobs, 4.4 percent growth, eight balanced budgets. That is a conservative record. I did cut taxes every year. When I left there were $9 billion in reserves. I know we can fix this because I've done it.
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