All Half-True statements involving Barack Obama
"When Mitt Romney was governor, Massachusetts ... (had) more debt per person than any other state in the country."
When Mitt Romney was governor, Massachusetts lost 40,000 manufacturing jobs, a rate twice the national average, and fell to 47th in job creation, fourth from the bottom.
"Romney outsourced call center jobs to India."
"When Mitt Romney was governor, Massachusetts lost 40,000 manufacturing jobs, a rate twice the national average."
Says Mitt Romney's comments indicated he would not have pursued Osama bin Laden.
Under Republican economic policies, "the typical American family saw their incomes fall by about 6 percent."
"We've brought trade cases against China at nearly twice the rate as the last administration."
Under the House Republican budget, "if these cuts were to be spread out evenly … the year after next, nearly 10 million college students would see their financial aid cut by an average of more than $1,000 each."
"(GM and Chrysler) repaid their loans."
The U.S. has a "record number of oil rigs operating right now – more working oil and gas rigs than the rest of the world combined."
"For the first time in 13 years, our dependence on foreign oil is below 50 percent."
"(After the auto bailout) General Motors is back on top as the world’s No. 1 automaker."
Says PolitiFact has said he "kept a campaign promise to toughen ethics rules."
President Barack Obama "put in place historic fuel efficiency standards for cars and trucks to lower costs at the pump and reduce dependence on foreign oil."
Says he lived up to a 2008 promise when he "closed corporate tax loopholes that were sending profits overseas."
"We don't take a dime from D.C. lobbyists or special-interest PACs -- never have and never will."
"Because of Barack Obama the mission in Iraq ended."
The Arab Spring … "drove up gas prices."
Says Texas wildfires are linked to climate change.
"A construction worker who’s making $50 or $60 grand a year shouldn’t be paying higher tax rates than the guy who’s making $50 million a year. And that’s how it’s working right now."
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