Statements we say are Mostly False
The Obama White House recognizes a "baby that has not been born" for security purposes.
Says the stimulus bill sent tax credits overseas, such as "tens of millions of dollars to build traffic lights in China."
"The total unemployment rate for Hispanic or Latino workers has increased from 10% to 10.3%" between January 2009 and March 2012.
"What president has the worst record on female labor force participation? Barack Obama."
"Women account for 92.3 percent of the jobs lost under Obama."
Says Obama has failed to pass a budget.
Says that while President Barack Obama promised to "work with your employer to lower your premiums by $2,500 per family per year," his health care law "raises premiums in the individual market by $2,100 per family."
Because of the new health care law, "17 million kids can no longer be denied for a pre-existing condition."
"If you look up the dictionary definition of happiness at the time of our founders … happiness was not doing what you want to do but doing what you ought to do."
"Since President Obama took full control of Washington … every single day, more than 1,500 of our jobs have been lost."
One estimate says there may be "three times as much oil in the United States as there is in Saudi Arabia."
"This president ... could have gotten crippling sanctions against Iran. He did not."
Says the Congressional Budget Office said "unemployment could top 9 percent in 2013"
Says Barack Obama "endorsed a total ban on the manufacture, sale and possession of all handguns."
President Obama told people "to skip coming here (Las Vegas) for conventions and meetings."
"Three years ago, a newly elected President Obama told America that if Congress approved his plan to borrow nearly a trillion dollars, he would hold unemployment below 8 percent."
"Gov. Romney cut off kosher meals for Jewish senior citizens who were on Medicaid to save $5 a day."
"The Obama administration ... would impose on every Catholic institution, every Jewish institution, every Protestant institution the Obamacare standard of what you have to buy as insurance."
Students today "take more years to get through" college.
"In 2006, I went out and authored a letter with 24 other senators asking for major reform of Freddie and Fannie, warning of a meltdown and a bubble in the housing market."
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