Statements we say are False
"Preventive care … saves money, for families, for businesses, for government, for everybody."
Says President Barack Obama "has an Environmental Protection Agency proposal that would raise the price of gasoline by 25 cents a gallon."
"Since ObamaCare and the stimulus passed, the unemployment rate in the U.S. has increased."
Says Steve Jobs was responsible for creating more jobs than the stimulus bill.
"When I was speaker, we had four consecutive balanced budgets."
Says an Obama administration policy prohibits people who work with at-risk youth from promoting marriage as a way to avoid poverty.
Mitt Romney has 15 homes.
Says President Barack Obama has opened up no new trade relationships with other nations.
Says the Simpson-Bowles deficit reduction proposal went from President Barack Obama's desk to "the garbage can."
Eliminating "Obamacare" ... "saves $95 billion a year."
Says the National Labor Relations Board told Boeing that it couldn’t build a factory in South Carolina because South Carolina is a right-to-work state.
"I balanced the budget for four straight years, paid off $405 billion in debt."
"The Obama administration just issued instructions that terrorism training should not involve any reference to Islam."
"Only one president has ever cut Medicare for seniors in this country . . . Barack Obama."
In New York City, "an entry level janitor gets paid twice as much as an entry level teacher."
"I never favored cap and trade."
Says Mitt Romney has changed his position on supporting the TARP program.
Says Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that "if he has a nuclear weapon he will use it to wipe Israel off the face of the earth. He will use it against the United States of America."
"Community banks … are being destroyed by Dodd-Frank."
Under energy efficiency legislation sponsored by U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, "federal bureaucrats could take over the local building code enforcement in your city if so-called ‘green mandates’ are not complied with quickly enough."
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