All Half-True statements involving Mitt Romney

As governor of Massachusetts, "Romney reduced unemployment to just 4.7 percent."

"More Hispanics have fallen into poverty under Obama."

National debt plus unfunded liabilities adds up to $520,000 per American household.

"We should be seeing numbers in the 500,000 jobs created per month. (Creating 115,000 jobs, the total from April 2012) is way, way, way off from what should happen in a normal recovery."

In the "Obama economy ... the youth unemployment rate is double the unemployment rate for all Americans."

"The number of new businesses started per year has dropped by 100,000 during this president’s term."

"Twenty-five or 24 million people" are "out of work or stopped looking for work."

"President Obama is shrinking our military."

"I've never voted for a Democrat when there was a Republican on the ballot."

"(Newt Gingrich) voted in favor of establishing the Department of Education, and yet he gets in a debate and says we should get rid of the Department of Education and send all the education issues back to the states."

"When I was fighting against cap and trade, the speaker was sitting down with Nancy Pelosi on a sofa encouraging it."

"The median income in this country has declined 10 percent in the last four years."

"We have 25 million Americans out of work."

"I didn't inherit money from my parents."

"In campaigns in the past with Sen. McCain and President George W. Bush and others, they have tended to release tax records in April."

"Since the passage of Obama's stimulus package, over 1 million additional jobs were lost and nearly 25 million Americans are out of work, are stuck in part-time work, or have given up looking."  

"President Obama has raised taxes 19 times."

Barack Obama’s recess appointment of Richard Cordray "is precisely what then-Sen. Obama claimed would be ‘the wrong thing to do.’"

"You can hire lots of bureaucrats.  That’s what the president’s done.  He’s added 135,000 people to the government workforce."

Solyndra "had robots that whistled Disney songs. I'm not kidding."

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