Statements we say are Mostly True
"My home state since June of 2009 created 40 percent of the new jobs in America."
"If our recovery were more typical of the postwar era . . . we would have 14 million more jobs today."
Rail "doesn’t do a great job in lessening traffic."
"As governor, [Mitt Romney] balanced the budget without raising taxes and created jobs."
Tax increases could "come into play" as a result of the debt ceiling deal.
The deal to raise the federal debt limit created the "largest debt ceiling increase in America’s history."
"[T]his breed (of pit bulls) is most often associated with aggressive behavior."
"There’s pretty much no question that [the curfew ordinances] aren’t effective in either reducing crime or preventing harm to young people."
"On the day of the New Hampshire primary in 1980, the top 13 people of Ronald Reagan’s staff quit."
Every 10th dollar spent by the Social Security Administration on its program for the poor is "waste, or fraud, they can’t validate that the people should have gotten it," totaling about $8 billion a year.
"Annual water usage in 2010 was actually down more than 18 percent from usage in 2006."
Says the United States is "the Saudi Arabia of coal."
The U.S. has "47 million people on food stamps. That’s 14 million more than when the current occupant of the White House took over."
"One of three patients hospitalized (is) harmed by the care they receive."
Says "we have now more Border Patrol officers … than we’ve had at any time in our history."
Says "an average of $4 billion is added to the national debt" every day.
"In three years we could find close to 50 million gallons per day through a toilet replacement program."
"Every taxpayer owes about $130,000 to pay off the national debt."
The HOPE scholarship "has helped turn our University System into one of the best in the Southeast, with two institutions ranked in the top 20 of public universities in the country."
"Democrats have now become the party of the [Atlanta] metro area and of blacks."
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