Obama actually said the opposite
Says that President Barack Obama said an attack on Syria "was going to be a pinprick."
Some Republicans have, especially Rubio
"Not one of the 17 GOP candidates has discussed how they'd address the rising cost of college."
Yes it does, thousands
"The federal government right now does not deport criminals."
Wrong in two ways
Says Patrick Murphy "hasn't passed a single bill out of committee."
This provision says U.S. or other partners can provide security training
The Iran deal says that "if any other country tries to undermine (Iran's) nuclear program, we have to help them defend themselves against Israel, Egypt, Saudis, our own allies."
No evidence of any official policies in place
Says Florida had five sanctuary cities while Jeb Bush was governor.
Delaware and Michigan also scored a AAA rating
"Florida was the only state during my eight years to go from AA to AAA" in its bond rating.
Rubio didn't say these quotes
Says Marco Rubio said that "felons should not have their voting rights restored" but that "convicted felons should be allowed to own guns after they have done their time."
Modern nukes in the works
The United States "is not modernizing its nuclear weapons."
Maybe not building as fast as Rubio wants, but building
The United States "is not building the aircraft, the long-range bombers, the additional aircraft carriers, the nuclear submarines."
He meant to say no fatal school fires in Florida
"You know how many children in the history of the United States have died in a fire (at school)? Zero."
No evidence that students shoulder that much of a burden
Florida Badass Teachers Association
Florida students take "an array of standardized high stakes tests which eat up as much as 45 school days per year."
No evidence to support this fairy tale
"When Disney was looking to build Disney World, they came to Miami and we told Disney to take a hike."
Bush meant to say one-third fail the test
"The pass rate for a high school level test to join the military" is 35 to 40 percent.
Law doesn't prove Zimmerman's motivation
Senate Majority PAC
The "stand your ground" law caused the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
Two different bills on two separate subjects
Says property insurance rates are going up because Rick Scott signed a bill preventing the state from regulating insurance.
Despite hiccups, things are on track
No Tax For Tracks
Photos prove the Denver light rail system has low ridership.
Jobs claim derailed in 2011
Says high-speed rail would have created 60,000 jobs.
Rates are higher under Scott
"While (Charlie Crist) was governor, utility costs went up 30 percent and went from below the national average to above the national average. Since I got elected, utility rates have come down 11 percent and now we are below the average."
No votes in the Senate during his term
Says Charlie Crist "voted against minimum wage when he was in the Senate."
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