Statements we say are Mostly False
"When Congress voted to condemn Iran for sentencing a Christian pastor to death, (U.S. Rep. Lois) Capps was the only member who voted no."
Says Romney wants to "take away early childhood education, slash K-12 funding, and cut college aid … to pay for a $250,000 tax break for multi-millionaires."
Says Romney invested in a firm that made goods in China that "could have been made here in America."
"This is what President Obama said the jobless rate would be if we passed the stimulus: 5.6 percent."
Under Barack Obama, the U.S. now has the "lowest workforce since (President Jimmy) Carter."
Says 50 million people would lose their health insurance if Obamacare is repealed.
"Pre-existing conditions are covered under my (health care) plan."
Says Barack Obama "put in place a board that can tell people ultimately what treatments they're going to receive."
Says President Barack Obama "already passed all these Obamacare taxes. About a dozen of them hit middle-income taxpayers."
The Obama administration’s "green" stimulus program "funneled close to $2 billion dollars to overseas firms," creating thousands of jobs in China.
Says the government has "gotten the TARP money back plus a profit."
"Barack Hussein Obama will .. force Christian organizations to pay for abortions."
College tuition "costs have risen by 25 percent under the Democrats."
Says Romney tax plan "could take away middle-class deductions for child care, mortgages and college tuition."
"Eight million Americans have dropped out of the work force since (Barack) Obama became president. ... The real unemployment rate is 19 percent."
Says President Obama promised "he'd keep unemployment below 8 percent" if the stimulus passed.
Says five studies show his tax plan can cut rates and still bring the same revenue without raising taxes on the middle class.
Under Obama, home values in Florida collapsed, construction jobs were lost and the state had a high foreclosure rate.
"We've doubled our use of renewable energy."
Says Mitt Romney asked for a waiver from federal welfare rules.
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