Statements we say are False
"We didn’t go out asking people" to join the "stand your ground" task force.
Gas prices have doubled because "Obama opposed exploring for energy in Alaska. He gave millions of tax dollars to Solyndra, which then went bankrupt. And he blocked the Keystone pipeline. So we will all pay more at the pump."
The Florida Department of Agriculture’s website FreshFromFlorida.com can be used "to get a permit to carry a loaded hidden gun without ever leaving your house."
Says Barack Obama's health care law "will be the biggest job-killer ever."
"It was found unconstitutional to drug test elected officials because it prevents us, as citizens, from having that First Amendment right."
Says Barack Obama "promised" gasoline at $2.50 a gallon.
"Today, you can't rely on (the retirement fund for public employees), it's not funded."
Says Connie Mack "failed to pay his child support."
About 800 people refused to get a drug screening because they are "out there on drugs."
Says a U.S. Supreme Court justice suggested that some U.S. cases will be decided based on South African law.
Says Mitt Romney’s campaign "has already spent more on negative ads than John McCain did during his entire presidential run."
"This president went before the United Nations and castigated Israel for building settlements. He said nothing about thousands of rockets being rained in on Israel from the Gaza Strip."
"Romneycare sent costs spiraling out of control" in Massachusetts, "hiking premiums, squeezing household budgets."
Tampa is "the strip club capital of the world."
U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz "has blamed the Republicans for the creation of Hamas."
The Affordable Care Act is "not the law of the land."
The United States' regulations "are among the most difficult in the world."
The EPA "wants to hire 230,000 new government regulators that will cost the taxpayer $21 billion."
Says his parents "came to America following Fidel Castro's takeover" of Cuba.
Says Bill Clinton opposes President Barack Obama's plan to raise taxes on wealthy Americans.
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