Statements we say are Pants on Fire!

Dan Patrick "changed his name from Danny Goeb to hide from" his "debts."

Says Michele Bachmann said "English was good enough for Jesus when he wrote the Bible."

John Cornyn "voted twice in 2013 to back Obama’s amnesty plan."

"25% of human trafficking victims are located in Texas."

"Texas Governor Rick Perry’s voter ID law is a blatant effort to defeat Wendy Davis by disenfranchising tens of thousands of women voters."

The White House had a live video feed of the Benghazi attacks as they occurred.

Says some Austin school district classrooms lack electrical outlets.

Says if Texas abortion measure passes, "someone living in El Paso would have to drive 550 miles each way to San Antonio for something as simple as cervical cancer screening."

"Abortion is the second-most conducted surgical procedure in this country."

Says a "rape kit" can be used to "clean out" women, "basically like" dilation and curettage.

Says two-thirds of groups targeted for IRS scrutiny were not conservative.

"Science has not shown greenhouse gases to be a problem."

Says he has "yet to get a response" from Barack Obama to his August 2010 letter making border security requests.

Says the Democrats told the Catholic Church that they’ll use federal powers to shut down church charities and hospitals if the church doesn’t change its beliefs.

Says Chuck Hagel’s nomination as defense secretary "has been publicly celebrated by the Iranian government."

Says 11 states have more people on welfare than employed.

Says the Obama administration plans to ban all weapons for U.S. citizens through international treaties.

"I never supported" a state income tax for Texas.  

Says Barack Obama is a Muslim.  

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