All Mostly True statements involving Mitt Romney
Says that in his book, Rick Perry said that "Social Security is unconstitutional."
Says that 500,000 federal workers -- one-fourth of the federal workforce -- make more than $100,000 a year.
Says he worked with the Democratic legislature to balance spending with revenues so that "at the end of my four-year term, the rainy day fund was established at more than $2 billion."
Says that under President John F. Kennedy, "government took up" 27 percent of the economy, and today it "consumes 37 percent."
By the end of his first term, President Obama will have added as much debt as all the prior 43 presidents combined.
"Hospitals, doctors, MRIs, surgeries and so forth are more extensively used and far more expensive in this country than they are in many other countries.''
"McCain opposes repeal of the death tax."
Mike Huckabee "supported taxpayer-funded scholarships for illegal aliens."
"Mayor Giuliani's lawsuit killed the line-item veto."
Mitt Romney boasts that he is "proud to be the only major candidate for president to sign the tax pledge. The others have not."
"Took on the Olympics and turned them around"
"(McCain) was opposed to ethanol. Now he's for it."
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