Statements we say are Mostly False
"In the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, it was the Democrats who cut $500 billion from Medicare. And they also put in place the Independent Payment Advisory Board, 15 unelected bureaucrats, which will be making decisions about health care for our seniors and for all Americans."
"You are prohibited from walking into the Capitol with a gun, but you can go after the County Commission or the School Board."
Says someone earning $50,000 a year will fare better under his "9-9-9" plan than under the current tax system.
In the New York 9th District, "there is a large number of people who went to the polls tonight who didn't support the president to begin with and don't support Democrats -- and it's nothing more than that."
"The academic achievements of our student-athletes are mentioned in the same breath and spirit as Notre Dame and Stanford."
"Congressman Bill Young voted to cut taxes for millionaires and end your Medicare."
"The Florida Legislature has not filed a lawsuit to fight Amendments 5 and 6."
"I've created over 40,000 jobs."
Vern Buchanan "has been completely exonerated" in a Federal Election Commission action.
Says George LeMieux "even compared Marco Rubio to Barack Obama."
"Earlier this year, the head of the Congressional Budget Office testified before Congress that implementation of Obamacare would cost 800,000 jobs."
Planned Parenthood "raked in more than $300 million in profits over the past four years."
"We had (a bill) in Florida where we now are prohibiting doctors to talk -- particularly pediatricians -- to talk to their patients about gun safety in the home."
"Early voting remains at 96 hours."
"The only people in this town that have voted to cut Medicare spending are the people who voted in favor of Obamacare. That’s a fact."
"Polls show that Floridians don't want to repeal the Affordable Care Act."
Says taxpayer resources are being used "to facilitate private political agendas" through automatic payroll deduction of union dues.
"I have asked the Division of Emergency Management to report directly to me."
Says Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s cuts to education are the same as his proposed corporate income tax rate reduction.
Says Tri-Rail shows the potential problems with investing in high-speed rail.
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