Statements we say are Mostly False
President Barack Obama has the "power to stop deportation for all undocumented immigrants in this country."
"If you survey, most (North Carolina) Democrats also agree with our (election) laws and voter ID."
"The (health care) law does not demand that all of these cancellations go out."
"Under President (George W.) Bush, prosecution of gun crimes was 30 percent higher than it is under President Obama."
"In the last four years, our economy has grown on average 0.9 percent a year."
Says "new mandates are already reducing full-time employment."
Congress, criminals, Scientologists and other groups are exempt from Obamacare.
"In 45 out of 50 states, on average men are seeing their premiums double, going up 99 percent. Women up 62 percent."
"Woodrow Wilson borrowed $30 billion to fund World War I in 1917. That money has not been paid back. And we are still paying interest on it."
"I never was in favor of shutting down the government. … (I) voted to fund the government fully."
"We went from $160 billion deficit spending in (President George W.) Bush's last year to $1.6 trillion the following year."
The "president has given 1,100 special waivers to his friends" for Obamacare.
Chris Christie "cut equal pay for women, calling it 'senseless bureaucracy.' "
"The United States Senate — Democrats and Republicans — (voted) to keep our government open."
With Obamacare, "we're fixing to get hit with the biggest entitlement program the American taxpayers have ever seen."
"The president’s own advisers have said there’s a war on coal."
Says he "opposed the president’s decision to go into Iraq" in 2003.
In the event of a U.S. strike on Syria, "the Russians will replace the weapons immediately. They’ve said it on the record. They’ve suggested they might even replace it with better stuff."
Chemical weapons have been used "probably 20 times" since the Persian Gulf War.
The 2010 DREAM Act failed despite "strong bipartisan support."
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