Statements we say are Half-True
Says Connie Mack voted to redefine "rape" as "forcible rape."
Says Connie Mack "is protecting Chevron oil from a multi-billion dollar lawsuit over pollution of rivers and rainforests."
An Army report stated Allen West "performed illegal acts, merited court martial, faced 11 years in prison.'"
Says his deficit plan "made some adjustments to (Simpson-Bowles), and we're putting it forward before Congress right now, a $4 trillion plan."
Bill Nelson "leased land that he owned for six cows, taking advantage of an agricultural tax loophole to dodge $43,000 in taxes just last year."
Says Lois Frankel "took a 40 percent pay raise" as mayor while West Palm Beach "lost jobs."
Says President Barack Obama is responsible for pending defense cuts.
After hearing "the frustrations parents and teachers have with the FCAT," next year "we begin improving our testing system."
On U.S.-Israeli relations, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu "set the record straight — he said, our two countries have 'exactly the same policy' (and) 'our security cooperation is unprecedented.'"
Mitt Romney "said it was 'tragic' to end the war in Iraq."
"Jeb Bush recently noted, Reagan himself would have been too moderate, too reasonable for today's GOP."
Says Paul Ryan "tried to change the whole game" for Social Security
The Romney-Ryan plan for Medicare "does not affect" benefits for anyone 55 or older.
"Under the president's plan, he cuts Medicare by $716 billion, takes that money out of the Medicare trust fund and uses it to pay for Obamacare."
Says Joe Garcia "voted to raise our utility rates."
Says Gov. Jeb Bush vetoed the "Quiñones Plan" because it was "taxation without representation on a large scale."
John Mica "voted to borrow $10 trillion."
President Obama has "added $4 billion in debt every day."
The Mack Penny Plan for the federal budget "would balance our budget by 2019" and "continues to gain support."
Florida election officials’ requests to some residents to submit proof of citizenship is a "backdoor poll tax."
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