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Obamacare includes a "$700 billion cut from Medicare for seniors."

"Nonpartisan government analysts say Obamacare will cost our economy up to 2.5 million jobs."

"300,000 Floridians will lose their current health plans" because of Obamacare, a plan Alex Sink supports.

Says Alex Sink "even supported a tax on homeowners insurance policies."

Says Alex Sink supported "more taxes on water and TV."

Recent stories featuring National Republican Congressional Committee

Political parties play games with votes during government shutdown:

As the American public waits out the government shutdown, campaign committees put out distorted attacks about what’s happening in Congress.

PolitiFact Rhode Island's Top 10 for 2012:

Over the last 12 months, PolitiFact Rhode Island issued 117 Truth-O-Meter rulings, on claims ranging from Obamacare to school prayer to foreign aid.

All had some Rhode Island connection, but many of the most-read items -- based on traffic on our PolitiFact Rhode Island website -- focused on issues far beyond the state’s borders.

Thanks to the reach of the Internet, many have remained popular long after publication, in part because PolitiFact, with affiliates in 11 states, has become a go-to reference for people seeking to separate fact from fiction.

So as a farewell to the year, we thought we’d share with you the PolitiFact Rhode Island Top Ten Most Widely Read rulings for 2012:

Chris Christie, Republicans face Truth-O-Meter for attacking Jon Corzine, House Democrats:

PolitiFact New Jersey recaps our weekend fact-checks on Gov. Chris Christie and the National Republican Congressional Committee

Boehner, Dewhurst and stimulus jobs:

Ah, Washington: The U.S. House speaker posts a message on Twitter, then a campaign committee e-mails a barrage of press releases, each one tweaked to target different individual members of Congress, including two Texas Democrats.

Before the day passes, the lieutenant governor of Texas airs the same flawed claim about how much each job attributed to the 2009 federal stimulus package ended up costing the federal government.

Your guide to the economic stimulus bill:

For two weeks, you've heard claims that the bill includes lots of goodies — millions for Filipino veterans, ACORN and programs for sexually transmitted diseases. We sort out the truth.

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