All Mostly False statements involving Barack Obama
"The United States Senate — Democrats and Republicans — (voted) to keep our government open."
"Over the last several months, there was a review board headed by two distinguished Americans, Mike Mullen and Tom Pickering, who investigated every element of" the Benghazi incident.
If the sequester hits, federal prosecutors will have to "let criminals go."
"The sequester is not something that I've proposed. It is something that Congress has proposed."
Says Mitt Romney was clear that he "would not provide government assistance to the U.S. auto companies, even if they went through bankruptcy."
As governor, "Mitt Romney raised nursing home fees eight times."
Says economists Harvey Rosen and Martin Feldstein have said that "paying for (Mitt) Romney’s tax cuts would require large tax increases on families making between $100,000 and $200,000."
Says Romney invested in a firm that made goods in China that "could have been made here in America."
Says 50 million people would lose their health insurance if Obamacare is repealed.
Says Romney tax plan "could take away middle-class deductions for child care, mortgages and college tuition."
"We've doubled our use of renewable energy."
"In Florida, they're already talking about how the Ryan-Romney plan will end Medicare and replace it with a voucher."
Says he could be "the first president in modern history to be outspent."
Says Mitt Romney’s carried interest income was a tax "trick."
"Women (are) paid 77 cents on the dollar for doing the same work as men."
Says under Mitt Romney, "Medicare could end as we know it, leaving Julia with nothing but a voucher to buy insurance, which means $6,350 extra per year for a similar plan."
Because of the new health care law, "17 million kids can no longer be denied for a pre-existing condition."
"Some billionaires have a tax rate as low as 1 percent."
Said his mother had to fight with health insurance companies for treatment because of a pre-existing condition.
"The clear majority of Republican voters think that any deficit reduction package should have a balanced approach and should include some revenues."
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