Statements we say are Pants on Fire!
A company hired to do Common Core testing in Florida will "attract every one of your children to become as homosexual as they possibly can."
"Florida Democrats just voted to impose Sharia law on women."
Because the EPA closed a lead smelter in Missouri, "all lead for bullets will have to come from overseas!"
"Why would our president close the embassy to the Vatican? Hopefully, it is not retribution for Catholic organizations opposing Obamacare."
"Back door gun control is in full effect in the United States" due to "Obama’s Environmental Protection Agency."
The goal of Common Core is "to instill federally determined attitudes and mindsets in students including political and religious beliefs."
A $10 million fire fee proposal in St. Petersburg was "inspired" by Gov. Rick Scott.
"Private prison systems are calculating how many new beds (they will need) based on the ... number of third graders."
Obamacare "will provide insurance to all non-U.S. residents, even if they are here illegally."
The immigration bill includes free "Obamacars," motorcycles or scooters.
Says Florida didn’t offer special incentives to Deutsche Bank, which announced it will add 300 jobs in Florida.
The "working tax cut" created "over 40,000 new jobs in just the last four years."
College students "who are NOT U.S. Citizens and who get the PELL Grant" plan to return to their home countries after getting free gas cards and child care.
Says Gov. Rick Scott cut more government jobs than were created in the private sector in Florida in 2012.
Says she was misquoted and "didn’t say" that the Israeli ambassador said "what the Republicans are doing is dangerous for Israel."
As Florida secretary of state, Kurt Browning "allowed 1,800 illegal voters to register in Florida."
Says Barack Obama "counted on Sandy Adams" to approve stimulus spending.
The media won’t publish a real photo of Trayvon Martin with tattoos on his face.
The health care law "imposes the largest tax increase in history on the middle class."
A company with "20 employees" could go "out of business" because of health care law requirements to buy insurance.
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