Statements we say are False
A proposed regional transportation tax will last "a minimum" of 10 years, and has been approved to last longer.
The Keystone oil pipeline "would employ 20,000 people in the United States."
New federal projections estimate that the health care overhaul "will cost $1.76 trillion over 10 years -- well above the $940 billion Democrats originally claimed."
"[R]emember, the president proposed eliminating charitable deductions for higher-income taxpayers."
"The biggest contribution" behind a decrease in U.S. unemployment "was 1.2 million people leaving the workforce"
Claims Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said "she prefers the South African Constitution over the United States Constitution."
"You can’t put a gun rack in a [Chevrolet] Volt."
Siemens has been unable to fill approximately 200 skilled trade positions in metro Atlanta.
"The latest unemployment numbers have shown that nearly 315,000 Americans have simply given up hope when it comes to finding a job."
Says his 9-9-9 tax reform plan is not "regressive."
Says Newt Gingrich "has said that we should make the 11 million illegal workers that are in this country legal."
GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain called Ron Paul’s followers "ignorant."
The newly created state Immigration Enforcement Review Board "can actually prosecute, and get them [violators] into jail, if we bring in the attorney general."
The Department of Energy’s "Billion Ton Study" has shown that wind and solar energy combined "could at best provide only 5 percent of our total energy needs."
"Not a single segment of the proposed Beltline intersects the MARTA system at MARTA stations."
Gains in Atlanta Public Schools scores on a national standardized test lend credence to "dramatic" score increases on state tests.
An Environmental Protection Agency regulation that goes into effect Jan. 1, 2012, regulates dust.
The Atlanta Beltline paid nearly $3.5 million for less than a quarter-acre.
Stimulus money funded a government board that made recommendations that would cost 378,000 jobs and $28.3 billion in sales.
"This is the worst jobs recovery since the Great Depression."
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