Statements we say are Mostly False

Says Obama "exempted Congress and their staff from the full effect of the (health care) law."

Most Americans want "traditional marriage," as defined by the Defense of Marriage Act.

Employees in "workplace freedom" states make more money

Says he was the first local official to endorse Barack Obama

Obamacare includes "a $63 charge every American will begin paying (in 2013) as a way to cover some of the increased costs associated with providing health insurance to those with pre-existing conditions." 

Says Mike Dovilla supports a plan "that could allow a foreign corporation to take over the Ohio Turnpike" 

Says the NAACP's Ohio chapter has endorsed Issue 2.

"Sherrod Brown supported President Obama's $453 billion tax increase."

"President Obama has worked to change Medicare for the worse" by "creating an unelected, unaccountable panel with the power to deny coverage of certain treatments."

"We need a Senator who shows up to work. Sherrod Brown missed over 350 official votes."

Says  Sherrod Brown’s campaign attacked Josh Mandel’s military service

Says Betty Sutton and House Democrats "gutted" Medicare by $741 billion to pay for Obamacare.

Claims Joe Biden said "coal is more dangerous than terrorists." 

"The state of Ohio has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the nation right now and is leading the pack in terms of job creation."

Betty Sutton "gutted Medicare by $500 billion" with her vote for the president's health care bill.

Says that President Obama promised that with the stimulus plan, "unemployment would never go above 8 percent. He even said it would be 6 percent by now."

"Student loan rates set to double because a Democratic-controlled Congress voted to double them."

Some "20,000 Delphi salaried retirees lost up to 70 percent of their pensions" as a result of "political favoritism and backroom deals."

Sherrod Brown opposed blocking a new EPA emissions rule, "despite acknowledging that the EPA's cap-and-trade regulations are ‘burdensome’ and could harm economic growth in Ohio."

"The (Jackson) plan (for reforming Cleveland schools) lacks any data or methods proven to raise student achievement."

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