Stretches truth on both counts
Ann McLane Kuster is "for a government takeover of health care more radical than Obamacare. And she supports a $700 billion cut to Medicare for current retirees."
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
Frank Guinta voted to make middle class taxpayers pay over a $1,000 more a year in taxes.
He votes for more
"Tea Party Congressman Frank Guinta voted for billions in cuts to veterans programs."
Big Oil claim a big stretch
Friends of Democracy
"Your Congressman, Charlie Bass, took over $166,000 from Big Oil."
Dems' blame game goes too far
New Hampshire Democratic Party
"Bill O'Brien's Tea Party legislature tried to repeal kindergarten and compulsory education, defund Planned Parenthood and eliminate insurance coverage for birth control."
Wrong reading, wrong number
"America used to be the third easiest country to get established in a business. It's now number 17."
The record shows it differently
Ann McLane Kuster
Says Rep. Charles Bass "supports privatizing Social Security, risking trillions more on Wall Street."
Need more love for bipartisan support
"Now, in the House of Representatives, we have 40 different jobs bills that have passed and almost all of them have been bipartisan."
Numbers are off, so is credit
"The latest evidence of Republican success is that since the beginning of the current legislative term, state unemployment has gone down almost 20% to 5% adjusted."
The home mortgage deduction is a loophole?
"We spend in tax loopholes annually $1.1 trillion. That's more than we spend on our defense budget in a year, on Medicare or Medicaid in a year."
A big stretch
Says the Affordable Care Act was a federal takeover of the student loan industry and ‘profits’ on the loans go to help pay for the health care law.
Not when you compare apples with apples
"The expiration of the Bush-era tax cuts ... would be the biggest tax increase in the history of the country, about $4.6 trillion over 10 years."
Skipped them in 2008-09, but held many since
New Hampshire Republican Party
Says former U.S. Rep. Carol Shea-Porter refused to host town hall meetings during her time in Congress.
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