All Mostly True statements involving Barack Obama
Long-term federal investment in U.S. airports is urgent because "there was a recent survey of the top airports … in the world, and there was not a single U.S. airport that came in the top 25."
A "wide majority of NRA households ... supported this legislation" on gun background checks.
Says a majority of Americans -- and Republicans -- support his approach for deficit reduction.
The sequester "won’t consider whether we’re cutting some bloated program that has outlived its usefulness, or a vital service that Americans depend on every single day. It doesn’t make those distinctions."
Says he and Mitt Romney agreed on tying minimum wage increases to inflation.
Says "overwhelming majorities of Americans" support gun legislation "like background checks."
Says "Mitt Romney’s plan rolls back regulations" on banks.
"We got back every dime used to rescue the banks."
Says Mitt Romney "just gave a speech a few weeks ago" and said "we should still have troops in Iraq."
"George Bush never suggested that we eliminate funding for Planned Parenthood."
Says Mitt Romney refused to say whether he'd sign the Lilly Ledbetter bill.
Romney "would turn Medicare into a voucher program."
Chinese tire imports threatened 1,000 American jobs, so President Obama "stood up to China and protected American workers. Mitt Romney attacked Obama's decision."
"Taxes are lower on families than they've been probably in the last 50 years."
"Even today part of Romney’s fortune is invested in China."
Says Romney called Russia our No. 1 enemy.
"I've cut taxes for ... middle-class families, small businesses."
Says under the Romney-Ryan budget ... "the American Opportunity Tax Credit for college tuition would be eliminated."
"His new running mate, Congressman Ryan, put forward a plan that would let Governor Romney pay less than 1 percent in taxes each year."
Says that as Massachusetts governor, Mitt Romney "condemned coal-fired plants, saying they kill people."
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