Statements we say are True
Obama "said (the individual mandate) wasn't a tax."
Says "there have been some job gains in the McMansion State since Mr. Christie took office, but they have lagged gains both in the nation as a whole and in New York and Connecticut, the obvious points of comparison."
Says Gloria Steinem once called Kay Bailey Hutchison a "female impersonator."
Says Ron Paul doesn’t believe in marriage licenses.
Under President Barack Obama’s jobs bill, "you can sue if you are unemployed and don't get the job and think you weren't hired because you are unemployed."
"The ratio of corporate profits to wages is now higher than at any time since just before the Great Depression."
"One in four Texans lacks health insurance, the highest proportion in the nation."
"There are actually half a million fewer government employees now than there were when (President Barack) Obama took office."
"The average unemployed American has been out of work for almost 40 weeks."
"Large majorities" of the public "oppose major changes to Medicare" and favor higher taxes on the wealthy.
"We lost more jobs in this great recession than the last four recessions combined."
"Most Americans live within 50 miles of a nuclear power plant."
Federal spending is "all discretionary, other than interest on the national debt. Social Security is discretionary. We have the discretion to change the law. Same is true with Medicare and Medicaid."
If Wisconsin's governor cuts perquisites as much as he plans to do, "it would still leave (workers) better off than their private sector" counterparts.
Orrin Hatch co-sponsored a 1993 health care bill that had an individual mandate.
Tells President Barack Obama that he also asked former President George W. Bush about how he felt about Americans hating him.
Under Hosni Mubarak's rule, "Egypt received more American dollars than any country besides Israel."
"Nobody has played clips over and over ... of President Obama (saying), 'If they bring a knife to the fight, we'll bring a gun.' "
Says Marco Rubio said that "people who essentially don't agree with him, ought to leave the country, like Keith Olbermann."
Ed Schultz said Alan Grayson is "what it's all about."
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