All Mostly False statements involving Mitt Romney
Says Barack Obama was silent on Iran "when the students took to the streets in Tehran and the people there protested, (and) the Green Revolution occurred."
"Pre-existing conditions are covered under my (health care) plan."
Says Barack Obama "put in place a board that can tell people ultimately what treatments they're going to receive."
College tuition "costs have risen by 25 percent under the Democrats."
Says President Obama promised "he'd keep unemployment below 8 percent" if the stimulus passed.
Says five studies show his tax plan can cut rates and still bring the same revenue without raising taxes on the middle class.
Under Obama, home values in Florida collapsed, construction jobs were lost and the state had a high foreclosure rate.
Claims Joe Biden said "coal is more dangerous than terrorists."
Says Barack Obama "robbed Medicare (of) $716 billion to pay for ... Obamacare."
"In June, jobless ranks were higher in nearly 90 percent of U.S. cities."
President Ronald Reagan sent troops into conflict "only in one circumstance, which was in Grenada … We were in a peacekeeping setting in Lebanon."
Stimulus dollars paid for "windmills from China."
"The total unemployment rate for Hispanic or Latino workers has increased from 10% to 10.3%" between January 2009 and March 2012.
"What president has the worst record on female labor force participation? Barack Obama."
"Women account for 92.3 percent of the jobs lost under Obama."
Says Obama has failed to pass a budget.
"This president ... could have gotten crippling sanctions against Iran. He did not."
President Obama told people "to skip coming here (Las Vegas) for conventions and meetings."
"Three years ago, a newly elected President Obama told America that if Congress approved his plan to borrow nearly a trillion dollars, he would hold unemployment below 8 percent."
"More Americans have lost their jobs under Barack Obama than any president in modern history."
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