Statements we say are Mostly False
Says North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis "called Obamacare ‘a great idea.’ "
"Obama has proposed 442 tax hikes since taking office."
Says Mark Udall "decided Obamacare. ... He passed Obamacare with his vote."
Says the Koch brothers "funded the fight to let flood insurance premiums soar ... Now they’re spending millions to buy a Senate seat for Bill Cassidy so he can fight for them."
"EPA officials have commended (Koch Industries) for our ‘commitment to a cleaner environment’ and called us ‘a model for other companies.’ "
Says the goal of the Affordable Care Act was to get 30 million people insured, but it only got 7 million.
Says the estate tax is a threat to family farms.
Says President Barack Obama's acceptance of an "Islamic order and gold medal" was "unconstitutional."
"Americans increasingly want (the Affordable Care Act) to be repealed."
In the recent House special election in Florida, Democrats "got outspent in a Republican district."
Says Tom Cotton’s vote in Congress to change Medicare "will increase out-of-pocket expenses for every senior in Arkansas."
Says Alaska Sen. Mark Begich "is on record supporting a carbon tax, even pushing Harry Reid to make it a priority."
Says Alaska Sen. Mark Begich supported President Barack Obama’s economic policies "97 percent of the time."
"Nonpartisan government analysts say Obamacare will cost our economy up to 2.5 million jobs."
Says North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis "supports a plan that would end Medicare as we know it."
Says President Barack Obama’s health care law is "expected to destroy 2.3 million jobs."
"Under Obamacare, when you turn Medicaid over to the states ... the money will be available up front for the expansion for a few years. Then, the money will go away."
It’s warmer on Mars than it is in parts of the United States and Canada during the polar vortex.
The Obama administration offered "no magic number" of people that needed to sign up for health care on the marketplaces.
The Murray-Ryan deal "is the first divided-government budget agreement since 1986."
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