All Stimulus statements that are Mostly False

Mostly False

Number's wrong and plan's misrepresented

Mostly False

Trotting out a tired, old claim

Mostly False

Our math: Real number + big assumption - actual result = problematic statement

Mostly False

The stimulus made some serious budget noise, but this approach amplifies its effect

Mostly False

Claim centers on a critical news release that actually prompted changes to the project in question

Mostly False

Food stamp cuts offset a bigger share than corporate tax provisions do