All False statements involving John McCain

Says iPads and iPhones "are built in the United States of America."

"Phoenix, Arizona, is the No. 2 kidnapping capital of the world."

"The president's plan, even after the end of its withdrawal timeline is reached, will leave in place up to 50,000 U.S. troops."

"The McCain campaign is roughly in the position where Vice President Gore was running against President Bush one week before the election of 2000."

"Obama raises taxes on seniors (and) hard-working families to give welfare to those who pay none."  

"Obama says Iran is a 'tiny' country, 'doesn't pose a serious threat.'"

"Sen. Obama's campaign announced that he's choosing his cabinet."

In 1992, Barack Obama directed "Project Vote - an arm of ACORN that also encouraged voter registration."

If you're a small business and don't "adopt the health care plan that Senator Obama mandates, he's going to fine you."

Barack Obama's plan calls for "mandates and fines for small businesses."

"Senator Obama has voted 94 times to either increase your taxes or against tax cuts."

"1.3-million people in America make their living off eBay."

"Obama, Biden and their liberal allies oppose clean coal."

"President Eisenhower, on the night before the Normandy invasion...[wrote a] letter of resignation to the United States Army for the failure of the landings at Normandy."

"I have never asked for a single earmark, pork barrel project for my state of Arizona."

Palin had "executive experience" in the PTA.

"My opponent promises to bring back old jobs by wishing away the global economy."

When Sarah Palin was in government, Barack Obama was a community organizer.

"Obama says Iran is a 'tiny' country, 'doesn't pose a serious threat.'"

Obama plans "a tax increase for everyone earning more than $42,000 a year."

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