All Half-True statements involving Joe Biden
Paul Ryan "cut embassy security in his budget by $300 million below what we asked for."
On ending the war in Iraq, "Gov. Romney said that was a tragic mistake, we should have left 30,000 troops there."
Says Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan would "eliminate the guarantee of Medicare."
Says Republicans Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan support "massive cuts in Social Security for future generations."
"The bulk of the people who are shot with a weapon — other than these drug gangs taking on one another — end up being shot with their own weapon."
The 30 percent tax rate called for under President Barack Obama’s proposed Buffett Rule "is lower than the prescribed tax rate for millionaires already -- not just for millionaires, for people making over $200,000."
"In 2008, when Flint had 265 sworn officers on their police force, there were 35 murders and 91 rapes in this city. In 2010, when Flint had only 144 police officers, the murder rate climbed to 65, and rapes … climbed to 229."
"We're not engaged in nation-building" in Afghanistan.
Among the money spent on health care in the United States, "46 cents on every dollar spent is through Medicare and Medicaid."
"The average CEO makes $10,000 more every day ... than what the average worker makes every year."
"One percent of the American people make over 21 percent of all the income in America. That wasn’t the way before George Bush became president."
"When George Bush said we shouldn't investigate why the government's response to Hurricane Katrina was so incompetent, John McCain stood with him."
John McCain's tax plan will give no reduction "for 100-million American families."
(McCain) says "we can't have ... timelines to draw down our troops from Iraq."
Says McCain "supported George Bush's policies 95 percent of the time."
"First, he said he would take all of our troops out in six months, and now he acknowledges it would take a year."
"Joe Biden is the only candidate with a plan to get us out of Iraq and keep us out."
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