All False statements involving John McCain

"Who can you thank for rising prices at the pump? O-ba-ma! O-ba-ma!"

"I have a perfect voting record from organizations like the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Legion and all the other veterans service organizations."

Barack Obama has "reversed" on his commitment "to begin withdrawing American troops from Iraq immediately."

"If you have an investment for your child's education or own a mutual fund or a stock in a retirement plan, (Obama) is going to raise your taxes."

"The Iranians continue – in the view of every objective observer – continue to pursue the acquisition of nuclear weapons."

"We must deal with the here and now and assure affordable fuel for America by increasing domestic production."

Sen. Obama wants to "enact the single largest tax increase since the Second World War."

Iran "might not be a superpower, but the threat the government of Iran poses is anything but 'tiny,'" as Obama says.

"They (Clinton and Obama) have never to my knowledge been involved in legislation nor hearings nor engagement on this issue (climate change)."

Democrats' budget resolution would raise America's tax bill by "$500-billion."

Obama "has no experience or background at all in national security affairs."

The Jewish holiday Purim is "their version of Halloween here."

It's "common knowledge" that al-Qaida is receiving training from Iran.

"I won the majority of the Republican vote in both New Hampshire and South Carolina."

"I have never asked for nor received a single earmark or pork barrel project for my state."

"I supported (the surge), I argued for it. I'm the only one on this stage that did."

"Another one he should veto is the SCHIP program, which he should say 'Take the C out of, because now it's for everybody, like every other entitlement program.'"

"We spent $223-million on a bridge in Alaska to an island with 50 people on it."

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