Statements we say are Pants on Fire!
Says people in Africa "literally walk two and three hundred miles" in order to vote.
Says that had E-Verify been in place in Florida when 9/11 terrorists lived here, "we might have saved the lives of 3,000 Americans."
Says Gov. Rick Scott lost Florida 331,247 jobs.
"Withheld union dues fund half of Dem (Democratic) campaigns in Florida."
Says "union bosses" bused protesters to a Central Florida education protest.
"The cost-saving measures we put into place at Columbia/HCA drove down national health care inflation from 18% to 8% in seven years."
"Dan Gelber: On the record against scholarships to help our needy children attend Jewish private schools."
"The Taliban has been there for years and years, I mean, hundreds of thousands of years."
Says PolitiFact says Amendment 4 "will force counties and cities across Florida to raise taxes and fees."
Rick Scott "doesn't have any ties to a lobbyist."
"It takes as much energy to make a solar panel as it likely generates in its entire life."
"If you look at the application for a security clearance, I have a clearance that even the president of the United States cannot obtain because of my background."
Marco Rubio tried to insert "$1.5 million for a rowing institute" into the state budget.
Ron Klein "repeatedly voted in favor of amnesty for illegal immigrants."
"The stimulus has not created one private sector job."
Lindsey Graham endorsed Charlie Crist for U.S. Senate.
"There's no negative advertising in my campaign at all."
"Bill McCollum has accepted thousands from lobbyists for Planned Parenthood."
Under the new health care law, the elderly will be denied care when they have "passed the age limit for treatment."
"McCollum admitted he didn't think that the subprime mortgage crisis was a big deal, telling reporters he thought that the subprime collapse had been exaggerated by the media and investors and that 'it's not the end of the world.' "
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