Statements we say are Pants on Fire!
Says Ohio budget item later signed into law by Gov. John Kasich requires women seeking an abortion to undergo a "mandatory vaginal probe."
Says abortion increases the risk of breast cancer.
A hidden provision in Obamacare taxes sporting goods as medical devices.
Says Gov. John Kasich implied that a portion of workers’ compensation rebates to employers "should be directed back to him in the form of campaign cash."
Accuses Ed FitzGerald of "pay-to-play and corruption politics."
"Nearly 40,000 new jobs have been created in the last year due to the new wells . . . right here in Ohio."
Says that his transportation budget and Ohio Turnpike plan "would make sure we have lower tolls than we’ve had through the history of the turnpike."
Members of Congress "specifically exempted themselves from many of the laws they have passed, such as being exempt from any fear of prosecution for sexual harassment" ... (and) from the healthcare reform."
Members of Congress can "retire with the same pay after only one term" in office
"In one county alone in Ohio, President Obama received 106,258 votes. But there were only 98,213 eligible voters."
Says Josh Mandel bet against Ohio families
Sherrod Brown "sent billions of our tax dollars to foreign countries."
"When Josh Mandel claims to have accepted three debates with Sen. Sherrod Brown, he is lying. He has accepted ZERO proposed debates."
The Affordable Care Act "will likely go down as the biggest tax increase in history."
"Foreign Chinese prostitution money is allegedly behind the groups funding Congressman Jim Renacci’s Republican majority."
Sherrod Brown "gave huge bonuses to executives."
Says Marcy Kaptur has attacked his military service and training in the Air Force, showing disrespect for veterans.
Says that Rep. Betty Sutton "would rather riot with Occupy (Wall Street) than stand up for Ohio families."
Sen. Sherrod Brown’s vote helped pass "Barack Obama’s job-killing health care law, which slapped small businesses throughout Ohio with a $500 billion tax increase."
Says Ohio Treasurer Josh "Mandel first claimed bank fraud in June 2010 but did nothing for more than a year while raising money for his (Republican) Senate campaign."
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