Statements we say are Pants on Fire!
"Make no mistake -- Sherrod Brown is one of the main D.C. politicians responsible for Ohio jobs moving to China."
An independent payment advisory board created by the health care reform law "can ration care and deny certain Medicare treatments."
Says abortion is "the most common surgery in our country."
Freshman Rep. Bob Gibbs "is spending his one year anniversary on vacation — only working 6 days in all of January."
Sen. Sherrod Brown "has chosen to side with Washington bureaucrats and fringe extremists in the attacks on our natural resources."
An independent payment advisory board created by in the health care reform law is "like a Medicare IRS with the power to cut Medicare in order to pay for new government programs."
Says that Sen. Sherrod Brown is "out there egging on a lot of these protesters who are spitting on policemen and going to the bathroom on policemen’s cars at these protests on Wall Street and other places."
"They talk about this problem with binding arbitration. It doesn’t make a lot of sense to me to have somebody from Los Angeles fly into Zanesville and impose a wage settlement on you ... and then they’re on the plane back to Los Angeles."
Say Ohio Reps. Marcia Fudge, Marcy Kaptur and Dennis Kucinich are "socialists who are openly serving in the U.S. Congress."
Says Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel "supports allowing the United States to default on its obligations."
Says the Ohio Consumers’ Council office employs 74 lawyers and that the funding them is wasteful duplication.
Says that PolitiFact Ohio confirms that Betty Sutton "maxed out federal debt"
Says that while his plan would narrow the time for early voting, "it still will be one of the most aggressive early voting time frames in America."
"A report in Navy Times said that 7.3 percent of Army, Navy and Marines have thought about attempting suicide."
Says the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act adopted last year contains "a series of slush funds, set up to stay on the books automatically, with little or no oversight."
Says Wendy’s founder "Dave Thomas left the state literally on his deathbed to avoid the estate tax."
"Unfortunately we have documented instances where people defecated in the (Statehouse) building."
Says getting ex-cons to successfully return to society is important "so we are not always faced constantly with recidivism, which is a big problem in the penitentiary today – in the 70 to 80 percent range."
Says a "Canadian provincial prime minister came to Ohio for his medical treatment because of the delay in Canadian health care which would have endangered his life."
"This town (Wilmington, Ohio) hasn’t taken any money from the government. They don’t want any money from the government."
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