Statements we say are False
Says Gov. Rick Scott allowed Republican legislators to cut his teacher pay raise proposal by 60 percent.
"Abortionists have reduced our black population by more than 25 percent since 1973."
The Miami Dolphins "are the only NFL team in the entire nation that pays property taxes."
"In 2010 alone, 1,270 infants were reported to have died following attempted abortions and notably that is only one year."
Says rabid animals from other states carry "different strains of rabies" that Florida "vaccines and serums don’t affect."
"This (parent trigger) legislation was drafted by President Obama's top advisers. It was drafted by President Clinton’s top advisers."
"Super Bowl L by everybody's estimation is a $500 million economic impact to the state of Florida."
A "legacy of taxing and borrowing … crippled the economy we inherited two years ago."
Says Rick Scott called education not a "core function" of the state.
Florida has "the second-lowest (campaign) contribution limit in the entire country."
Says a federal plan to expand Medicaid would cost Florida taxpayers $26 billion over 10 years.
"National studies are already showing the negative effects that the health care law is having on businesses and our economy. Businesses across the country are raising their prices … (or) cutting jobs as a result of the added cost."
A precinct in the Allen West-Patrick Murphy recount has "7 registered voters in Guatemalan community and the tally showed 900 voted!!!!!"
"Bill Nelson actually voted in favor of higher taxes 272 times."
"Bill Nelson voted for higher taxes 150 times."
"Bill Nelson voted for a ban on millions of commonly owned firearms, which included many popular hunting and target rifles."
"Fast and Furious" began under the Bush administration.
Says Connie Mack IV co-sponsored a bill to "take a third of the Social Security Trust Fund ... give it in individual accounts to the senior citizens, who then were to invest it in the stock market."
Says Bill Nelson "voted to raise our taxes 150 times."
"13,000 Floridians are able to vote -- but their governor won't tell them."
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