Paul bats 0-for-3 on this one
"Over half of the young people" in medical, dental and law schools are women.
Court ruled laws unconstitutional 10 years ago
"In some of the states in the U.S., homosexuality remains a felony."
Lots of smoke, but no fire, for this claim
"In 1916, the U.S. government predicted that by the 1940s all paper would come from hemp and that no more trees would need to be cut down."
Constitution still applies to border searches
A judge's order means there's a "Constitution exemption zone" if you live "within 100 miles of the United States border."
The bill has a broad religious exemption
Traditional Values Coalition
The Employment Non-Discrimination Act "discriminates against Christian daycare, Christian parents, Christian business owners, and the rights of religious freedom."
The rules are streamlined, but not that much
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."
For 98 percent of families, he's wrong
"On (the federal minimum wage of) $7.75, you can’t even make half the poverty level."
Wrong on both counts
Americans for Prosperity
Says Kay Hagan "supports waivers for friends of Obama and special treatment for Congress and their staffs."
"Nothing" is way too strong a word for what's going on
"FACT: Nothing in #Obamacare forces people out of their health plans."
Using old numbers tips this claim over the edge
"The number of Americans who receive means-tested government benefits -- welfare -- now outnumbers those who are year-round full-time workers."
The code exists but does nothing
"Hidden" in the healthcare.gov code is language that means users "waive any reasonable right to privacy of your personal information."
Top chef retweeted claim that cooked the books
Says under President Barack Obama, the debt increased by 23 percent, which was less than under any president going back to Ronald Reagan.
So far, no there, there
"As a result of Obamacare, we are becoming something of a part-time employment country."
Virtually, not even close to every person
"Virtually every person across this country has seen premiums going up and up and up" due to Obamacare.
Some big veterans groups didn't like the bill either
Republican National Committee
Says U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz "voted to cut off Florida’s veterans and their benefits."
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee
Says U.S. Rep. Steve Daines, R-Mont., "opposes a vote on his own legislation that he proposed just a few months ago."
TV ad makes fowl claim
Says Sen. Mark Pryor voted for "special subsidies" for lawmakers and staff in Congress "so they’re protected from Obamacare."
Sites are slow, but they have privacy protection
The health care marketplaces have "no privacy protections."
Confuses a web page with the actual program
The Obama administration shut down the Amber Alert program because of the government shutdown.
Privatize, not abolish
"(Texas Republicans) believe in abolishing Social Security, abolishing V.A. health care."
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