All Mostly True statements involving Mitt Romney
Rhode Island has taken its federal Medicaid funding and shown it can run the program more cost-effectively than the federal government.
"6,400 Ohioans ... lost manufacturing jobs in the month of September."
"Pakistan has 100 nuclear warheads and they’re rushing to build a lot more. They’ll have more than Great Britain sometime in the relatively near future."
"I went to the Olympics that was out of balance, and we got it on balance."
"The president said he was going to create daylight between ourselves and Israel."
Says a university survey concluded his Massachusetts administration "had more women in senior leadership positions than any other state in America."
Says Barack Obama has pension investments that include Chinese firms, and "investments through a Caymans trust."
Massachusetts schools "are ranked No. 1 of all 50 states."
"We’re now spending 42 percent of our economy on government."
Says Barack Obama's comments indicate he "believes in redistribution" of wealth.
"Fifty percent of kids coming out of school can't get a job."
The Supreme Court said the individual mandate "is a tax. So it's a tax."
There are "49 different federal job training programs that report to eight agencies."
"President Obama's suggested reduction in spending for next year: $0."
Says Newt Gingrich said "Spanish is the language of the ghetto."
"Our income, our GDP per capita, is almost 50 percent higher than (it is for) the average European."
Says he "helped save" the Olympic games.
Newt Gingrich’s immigration plan offers "a new doorway to amnesty."
Massachusetts has "less than 1 percent of our kids that are uninsured. You (Gov. Perry) have a million kids uninsured in Texas."
Says that illegal immigrants get a $100,000 break on University of Texas tuition over four years.
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