Statements we say are False
"Expanding Medicaid will worsen health care options for the most vulnerable among us in Texas."
Says that under President Barack Obama’s health care law, "your insurance" premiums could go up by 200 percent and cost "as much as a new Explorer."
An annual income of $500,000 "in Manhattan, believe it or not, is middle class."
The Air Force wants taxpayers to fund a fantasy football league.
"In the last two years, we have reduced the deficit by $2.5 trillion."
"In the United States, 50 percent of social services are provided by the Catholic church."
"We have no regulation of drones in the United States in their commercial use."
"The president is advocating a drone strike program in America."
Of $60 billion Congress approved in response to Hurricane Sandy, "only 10 percent was for disaster relief."
"Phoenix is already one of the kidnapping capitals of the world."
"We have doubled the distance our cars will go on a gallon of gas."
"Throughout, we have kept Congress fully informed of our efforts" to create a legal framework on counterterrorism.
Under President Barack Obama, "8.3 (million) fewer Americans are working today than there were four years ago."
Says during George W. Bush’s administration "we were losing millions of jobs per month," while under Barack Obama we have "three years of gaining hundreds of thousands of jobs per month."
Says "Romney supported a law that could have made most common forms of birth control illegal."
Says GM used taxpayer dollars to prop up operations in China.
As a Member of Congress, Chris Murphy "was raking in $1 million in salary."
"Regulations have quadrupled. The rate of regulations quadrupled under this president."
Says Mitt Romney "called the Arizona law a model for the nation."
Says Obama was in New York City the same day as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu but went on a TV show instead of meeting with him.
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