All False statements involving Barack Obama
Under the White House’s budget proposal, "we will not be adding more to the national debt" by the middle of the decade.
Twelve judges have thrown out legal challenges to the health care law because they rejected "the notion that the health care law was unconstitutional."
"I didn't raise taxes once."
When President Franklin D. Roosevelt started Social Security, "it only affected widows and orphans," and when Medicare began, "it was a small program."
The Bush administration had been "giving (auto companies) billions of dollars and just asking nothing in return."
"The vast majority of the money I got was from small donors all across the country.''
"We've excluded lobbyists from policymaking jobs."
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."
Insurers delayed an Illinois man's treatment, "and he died because of it."
Health reform will "give every American the same opportunity" to buy health insurance the way members of Congress do.
Preventive care "saves money."
(No earmarks in spending bill)
"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."
"I have not said that I was a single-payer supporter."
Stimulus tax cuts "began showing up in paychecks of 4.8 million Indiana households about three months ago."
Health insurance companies are "making record profits, right now."
"We import more oil today than ever before."
"In eighth grade math, we’ve fallen to ninth place."
"There is no disagreement that we need action by our government, a recovery plan that will help to jump-start the economy."
"Senator McCain would pay for part of his (health care) plan by making drastic cuts in Medicare — $882-billion worth."
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