All True statements involving Barack Obama

"2008 was the deadliest year of the war (in Afghanistan) for American forces."

"Teddy Roosevelt first called for (health care) reform nearly a century ago."

"We are making the largest investment in education in our nation’s history."

"Putting three Republicans in my Cabinet...is unprecedented."

Medicare spends "$15-billion a year on subsidies to insurance companies."

"98 percent of small businesses make less than $250,000" and would not see a tax increase under Barack Obama's plan.

Under Barack Obama's health care proposal, "if you've got a health care plan that you like, you can keep it."

"Two years ago...I wrote to Secretary Paulson, I wrote to Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke, and told them [subprime lending] is something we have to deal with."

"Senator McCain has been talking tough about earmarks, and that's good, but earmarks account for about $18-billion of our budget."

Says that under his tax plan, seniors making less than $50,000 per year won't pay any income taxes.

John McCain wants to "give oil companies another $4-billion" in tax breaks.

"Grateful insurance company executives and their lobbyists" from Bermuda gave McCain $50,000.

Obama's tax plan cuts taxes "for 95 percent of all working families."

John McCain said last year he didn't know of a solution to the mortgage crisis.

"John McCain has voted with George Bush 90 percent of the time."

"Today, we import triple the amount of oil than we had on the day Senator McCain took office."

"Sen. McCain was already turning his sights to Iraq just days after 9/11, and he became a leading supporter of an invasion and occupation of (Iraq)."

"John McCain's top foreign policy adviser lobbied for... the Republic of Georgia, and McCain has mirrored the position advocated by the government."

"McCain opposed a requirement that the government buy American-made motorcycles. And he said all buy-American provisions were quote 'disgraceful.' "

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