All Mostly False statements involving Newt Gingrich
One estimate says there may be "three times as much oil in the United States as there is in Saudi Arabia."
"Gov. Romney cut off kosher meals for Jewish senior citizens who were on Medicaid to save $5 a day."
"The Obama administration ... would impose on every Catholic institution, every Jewish institution, every Protestant institution the Obamacare standard of what you have to buy as insurance."
Students today "take more years to get through" college.
"Romney signed government-mandated health care with taxpayer-funded abortions."
Says Mitt Romney "runs away from Ronald Reagan."
In a watershed 1958 decision, "the Warren court asserted by itself that the Supreme Court was supreme over the president and the Congress."
"The only reason the unemployment rate is going down is because … twice as many people dropped out of the employment pool as the number of jobs were created."
President Barack Obama "has now spent three years proving that he kills jobs in energy, he kills jobs in manufacturing."
Ben Bernanke has been the most "inflationary" chairman in the history of the Federal Reserve.
Says his Twitter account has 1.3 million followers.
Newt Gingrich’s presidential campaign has "exactly the same" challenges as Ronald Reagan’s successful 1980 bid.
Democrats in Congress "had control since January of 2007. They haven't passed a law making waterboarding illegal. They haven't gone into any of these things and changed law."
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