It's much, much less
"Over half the people on disability are either anxious or their back hurts."
The timelines don't match up
A recent economic uptick appears to "coincide" with "the expectation of a new Republican Congress."
It was a central piece of Obama's 2012 campaign
Says President Barack Obama has "not proposed one thing that would change" the fact that Warren Buffett pays a lower tax rate than his secretary.
Exit polls say otherwise
In the 2014 elections, "the American people overwhelmingly said we don't want Obamacare … and we don't want amnesty."
From 'I'm not a king' to 'obliged to do everything I can'
"My position hasn’t changed" on using executive authority to address immigration issues.
Let's go to the video
"I don't know who (Jonathan Gruber) is."
Flawed methodology exacerbates the problem
"Over 214,000 doctors opt out of Obamacare exchanges."
Evidence says Medicare benefits are stable
As a result of Obamacare, "California seniors face benefit cuts of over $1,700."
Cultural factors bigger than economic ones, scholars say
Suicide comes from federal government largesse "saying you are not worth anything but you are going to get something for nothing."
Not close to half
Says Rand Paul "has put out budgets to cut the military in half."
As far as we know, his temperature was fine
Says Thomas Eric Duncan came into the United States "with an elevated temperature."
He has an M.D. from Yale
"Obama, instead of nominating a health professional, he nominated someone who is an anti-gun activist (for surgeon general)."
Claim is far from rock solid
"All four on Mount Rushmore, they were all independents at one critical point in their career."
Unintended consequences muddy a clear "repeal" rallying cry
Under my platform, "I will make no changes to the current (Medicare) system for current retirees and anyone approaching retirement."
It's always been a possibility
"We were told there would never be a case of Ebola in the United States."
The numbers don't add up
"20,000 Kansans lost their health insurance because of (Obamacare)."
Claim deserves a lump of coal
Alison Lundergan Grimes
"The only candidate pocketing big money from people who want to destroy coal is Mitch McConnell."
No harm, no fowl
Says Bruce Braley "threatened to sue a neighbor over chickens that came onto (his) property."
Vote was to arm Syrian rebels, not launch strikes
"I recently had the opportunity to vote to give the president limited authority to begin strikes against terrorists in Iraq and Syria."
It takes quite the logical leap
"Sen. Mark Begich cast the deciding vote in favor of President Obama’s authority to issue executive amnesty to illegal aliens."
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