Statements we say are Mostly False
"If Gov. Romney's plan goes into effect … the average senior would have to pay $460 a year more in tax for their Social Security."
Says Adam Hasner said he will never accept a pay increase, but he voted to raise his pay four times.
Says Daniel Webster "used taxpayer funds to build a lobbyist lounge."
"President Obama has no plan to reduce the deficit, let alone pay down the debt."
The significant drop in Florida’s unemployment rate is a good economic sign.
President Obama’s education "solution" includes an effort to "nationalize curriculum."
Says Obama puts "15 unelected, unaccountable bureaucrats in charge of Medicare, who are required to cut Medicare ... that will lead to denied care for current seniors."
"In Florida, they're already talking about how the Ryan-Romney plan will end Medicare and replace it with a voucher."
Bill Nelson’s vote for the Affordable Care Act "cuts $500 billion from Medicare to pay for new government programs."
Embryonic stem cell research is at a "dead end, with no one good example of a successful treatment."
"This year in Congress (Connie Mack IV) has missed almost half of his votes."
Says he could be "the first president in modern history to be outspent."
Says Debbie Wasserman Schultz "has these offshore accounts" like Mitt Romney.
"Bill Nelson was the deciding vote" on the health care law.
Says the Congressional Budget Office "said if you’re going to buy your own policy with these (health care) exchanges you’ll be paying 10 percent more ... about $2,100 more for a family."
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."
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