Statements we say are Pants on Fire!
Says the hospital listed on Barack Obama’s just-publicized long-form birth certificate denies the president was born there.
"We don’t have bars on campus in Texas. It’s against the law... no alcohol allowed."
"Our children do not spend any time in school learning about our own U.S. Constitution."
Says Travis County, home to Austin, is the most liberal county in the United States.
"The last Christians are about to leave" Iraq.
Says the state's Medicaid waiver proposal "has languished in a file cabinet at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services for more than two years."
Says Joe Straus "was co-author of a bill that would have allowed Planned Parenthood to control public school sex education."
Says over 25 percent of the Texas budget funds services to non-U.S. citizens.
Patrick Rose "voted to explore a state income tax."
Says Rick Perry recently said he "wanted another (Texas) business tax."
Says Texas voters are being asked to act this November on a proposed constitutional amendment affecting property taxes.
Rick Perry thinks "injecting 11- and 12-year-old girls with a controversial drug (the HPV vaccine), without a parent's consent, is a good idea."
Says Bill White is refusing to debate.
"We don't get a lot of calls from this White House… I have, frankly, never had a call from them."
Says Gov. Rick Perry is “by far and away the highest-paid state employee on an hourly basis.”
“My opponent in November of 2008 sent a missive to the White House, to President Obama-elect, and said, 'Here's how you need to sell cap-and-trade to the American people.' ”
Says Gov. Rick Perry is “spending Texans’ hard-earned money to live like Louie XIV.”
“In three days last week, (Gov. Rick) Perry flew to five cities at taxpayers’ expense, holding press conferences, delivering $2,325,000 in checks.”
Says the new health care law delivers a "$13 billion tax increase on families with special needs."
Says Republican state leaders are using "Soviet-style" budget management.
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