Not so fast, Mr. President
"Thirty million Americans, including a lot of people in Florida, are going to be able to get healthcare next year because of that law."
"In the Works" does not equal "done"
"I made a bunch of these promises during the campaign. ... We've got about 60 percent done in three years."
Doubling is a goal -- the U.S. is only a third of the way there
Under President Barack Obama, the United States has "doubled our exports."
Wrong for the week Obama indicated; right for the following week
Says stories about his birth certificate drowned out media coverage of the Republican and White House budget plans the week of April 11.
A mangled reference to a prior talking point
The president’s proposed budget "will help reduce the deficit by $400 billion over the next decade to the lowest level since Dwight Eisenhower was president."
Revenue would equal outlays, but he ignores growing interest on the debt
Under the White House’s budget proposal, "we will not be adding more to the national debt" by the middle of the decade.
Score two to two on judges' decisions on constitionality
Twelve judges have thrown out legal challenges to the health care law because they rejected "the notion that the health care law was unconstitutional."
We've tracked a few increases
"I didn't raise taxes once."
A grain of truth in the big picture, far off on the details
When President Franklin D. Roosevelt started Social Security, "it only affected widows and orphans," and when Medicare began, "it was a small program."
It's called a term sheet and we linked to it
The Bush administration had been "giving (auto companies) billions of dollars and just asking nothing in return."
Big donors bankrolled much of Obama's campaign
"The vast majority of the money I got was from small donors all across the country.''
We found at least four
"We've excluded lobbyists from policymaking jobs."
More than one did
When Obama was interviewed by American reporters in Asia, "Not one of them asked me about Asia. Not one of them asked me about the economy."
Insurer's decision was reversed and man lived three more years
Insurers delayed an Illinois man's treatment, "and he died because of it."
Many limitations on who can shop on the exchange
Health reform will "give every American the same opportunity" to buy health insurance the way members of Congress do.
Covering preventive care for everyone is a net cost
Preventive care "saves money."
"If we went back to the obesity rates that existed back in the 1980s, the Medicare system over several years could save as much as a trillion dollars."
Oh yes he did
"I have not said that I was a single-payer supporter."
The president got his "I" states mixed up
Stimulus tax cuts "began showing up in paychecks of 4.8 million Indiana households about three months ago."
Profits, yes, but not record profits
Health insurance companies are "making record profits, right now."
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