Statements we say are False
If the Trans-Pacific Partnership "is fast-tracked through the Senate, it won't receive a committee assignment" and the consideration will include "no debate."
"On (the federal minimum wage of) $7.75, you can’t even make half the poverty level."
Says Kay Hagan "supports waivers for friends of Obama and special treatment for Congress and their staffs."
"FACT: Nothing in #Obamacare forces people out of their health plans."
"The number of Americans who receive means-tested government benefits -- welfare -- now outnumbers those who are year-round full-time workers."
"Hidden" in the healthcare.gov code is language that means users "waive any reasonable right to privacy of your personal information."
Says under President Barack Obama, the debt increased by 23 percent, which was less than under any president going back to Ronald Reagan.
"As a result of Obamacare, we are becoming something of a part-time employment country."
"Virtually every person across this country has seen premiums going up and up and up" due to Obamacare.
Says U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz "voted to cut off Florida’s veterans and their benefits."
Says U.S. Rep. Steve Daines, R-Mont., "opposes a vote on his own legislation that he proposed just a few months ago."
Says Sen. Mark Pryor voted for "special subsidies" for lawmakers and staff in Congress "so they’re protected from Obamacare."
The health care marketplaces have "no privacy protections."
The Obama administration shut down the Amber Alert program because of the government shutdown.
"(Texas Republicans) believe in abolishing Social Security, abolishing V.A. health care."
"A strong bipartisan majority" in the House of Representatives "voted to defund Obamacare."
UPS left 15,000 employees’ spouses "without health insurance" and told them to, "go on an exchange with no employer subsidy."
"Every engine manufacturer in the United States is now in the state of Texas."
"1 percent of candidates that (the National Rifle Association) endorsed in 2012 won."
Of the roughly 15 percent of Americans who don’t have health insurance, "half of them made more than $50,000 a year."
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