All Mostly False statements involving Rick Santorum

"We are accepting more legal immigrants than we ever have in the history (of the United States.)"

Children are crossing the border because President Barack Obama said "if you come, you’re going to be able to stay, because we’re not going to enforce the law."

President Obama’s education "solution" includes an effort to "nationalize curriculum."

"If you look up the dictionary definition of happiness at the time of our founders … happiness was not doing what you want to do but doing what you ought to do."

"In 2006, I went out and authored a letter with 24 other senators asking for major reform of Freddie and Fannie, warning of a meltdown and a bubble in the housing market."

"Romneycare … is a top-down, government-run health care system."

Florida's economy "became a bad economy ... because of a huge spike in oil prices in the summer of 2008."

Paul Ryan’s Medicare plan provides "pretty much" the same coverage that members of Congress receive.

Says Romney wrote in the first edition of his book that his health care plan should be expanded nationwide and then, "You took it out of your book."

In Europe, "church attendance rates (are) in the single digits" because churches are supported by taxes.

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