Statements we say are Pants on Fire!
"There’s more murders with hammers last year than...shotguns and pistols and AK-47s."
"There are more people killed with baseball bats and hammers than are killed with guns."
Says U.S. Rep. John Barrow, D-Ga., celebrates gun ownership even in the face of school shootings.
Less than 10 percent of President Barack Obama’s Cabinet members have private-sector experience.
The new Hartsfield-Jackson international terminal was "on time and on budget."
Hartsfield-Jackson’s new international terminal is opening "within budget."
"The ACLU has filed a suit to end prayer from the military completely."
"Obama tells Russia that he'll turn over America's defense system to them if re-elected."
Says he was "exonerated in every single case" in 1990s ethics violations charges.
Newt Gingrich "co-sponsored a bill with Nancy Pelosi that would have given $60 million a year to a U.N. program supporting China’s brutal one-child policy."
"When [Mitt Romney] was the governor of Massachusetts, he performed 100 — and I’m not sure this number is right, but my mind says it’s about 180 gay marriages."
"If [Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed] wants to be like Bull Connor, then so be it."
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin was right that President Barack Obama’s health care bill created what "would, in effect, be death panels."
U.S. Reps. Hank Johnson, John Lewis and other members of the Congressional Progressive Caucus are "socialists who are openly serving in the U.S. Congress."
"We spend less on defense today as % of GDP than at any time since Pearl Harbor."
The results of Atlanta Public School’s 2010 and 2011 CRCT tests "have not been questioned."
The Atlanta streetcar is expected to create 930 jobs during construction, totaling more than 5,600 jobs over the next 20 years.
Former Atlanta Public Schools Superintendent Beverly Hall left the school district "significantly better than she found it."
"I did not say that I would not have them [Muslims] in my Cabinet."
"Very, very, very few people get a pat-down" when they go through airport security.
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