Statements we say are Mostly False
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson was "the deciding vote for the health care law."
Citizens Property Insurance has "over $500 billion worth of risk, with less than $10 billion worth of surplus."
"Obama’s flush with cash, returning to Wall Street for even more money. … Wall Street sure supports President Obama."
Says he fought for the repeal of a septic tank inspection program after "Tallahassee pulled a fast one."
"Obamacare could cause 20 million people to lose their current coverage."
President Obama "promised" families making less than $250,000 a year would not see taxes go up, but "Obamacare raises 18 different taxes."
"Seniors will see $500 billion in Medicare cuts to fund Obamacare."
"Sources show (Connie) Mack as a resident of California, living with his wife in Palm Springs."
U.S. Rep. Allen West wants to bring back earmarks.
A proposed U.S. Labor Department rule for children working on farms "would even ban youth from operating a battery-powered screwdriver or a pressurized garden hose."
Ron Oakley's "conservative leadership protected local taxpayers over government bureaucrats" as the Water Management District’s budget decreased by "58 percent in the four years he served on the board."
Says Sen. Bill Nelson voted to spend "$144,541 to see how monkeys react under the influence of cocaine."
"Before this law, any group could go out anywhere, register voters, sit on the voter registration forms for unlimited amount of time."
Says U.S. Rep. Connie Mack "took seven and a half years to finish college."
Says David Rivera "allowed House Republican leaders to strip key provisions from the STOCK Act" that would crack down on insider trading by members of Congress.
Connie Mack's "only real job in the real world" was as "‘events coordinator’ for Hooters!"
"At my first ‘Let’s Get to Work Day’ … we sold out;" more than 240 dozen doughnuts by 8:30 a.m.
DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz "denied unemployment went up under Obama."
Says Mitt Romney belittled middle-class tax cuts "as nothing more than 'little Band-Aids.' "
The largest number of gamblers are "from the poorest segments of the population."
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