All False statements involving Chain email

A new bill "was written into the new health care reform initiative ensuring that Congress will be 100 percent exempt."

Claims that former Sen. Tom Daschle said, "Seniors should be more accepting of the conditions that come with age instead of treating them."

"If Barack Obama would apply for a job with the FBI or with the Secret Service, he would be disqualified because of his past associations with William Ayers."

"Obama will charge a 28 percent tax on all home sales."

Barack Obama wants to "restore" the estate tax that George W. Bush "repealed."

John McCain will keep the estate tax at 0 percent, the same as it is now.

Obama "shunned the opportunity to talk to soldiers to thank them for their service."

Barack Obama wants to "unilaterally disarm our nation."

E-mail quotes Maureen Dowd column that Obama has received suspicious contributions from Saudi Arabia, Iran and China.

Obama said he would "stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction."

Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama want to raise taxes on all income brackets.

Barack Obama has written and co-sponsored more bills in three years than Hillary Clinton has in seven.

"Hillary's main extracurricular activity in law school was helping the Black Panthers, on trial in Connecticut for torturing and killing a federal agent."

"While others place their hands over their hearts, Obama turns his back to the flag and slouches."

Obama "remains silent" and "is never asked how he feels about his church honoring Farrakhan."

The church Barack Obama belongs to only admits black people.

Obama "refused to not only put his hand on his heart during the Pledge of Allegiance, but refused to say the pledge."

Clinton "refused repeated requests to meet with the Gold Star Mothers."

"The Clintons now charge the Secret Service $10,000 monthly rent for the use of (a) Secret Service residence and that rent is just about equal to their mortgage payment."

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