Statements we say are Mostly True
"The average family premium has increased by 29% under Obama!"
"The House did vote against engagement in Kosovo, and Bill Clinton kept fighting anyway. And, then, ultimately, a vote did pass."
Under the Endangered Species Act, "only 1 percent of the species that have been listed have actually been delisted."
"We are about halfway" to the president’s goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions and "about half of that is because of the substitution of natural gas for coal in the power sector."
South Carolina has "the fastest-growing economy in the Southeast."
"New York is the safest big city in the nation, and our crime reductions have been steeper than any other big city’s."
Says unions call Obamacare "bad for workers."
Sen. Marco Rubio "refuses to accept the basic science" on climate change and is "a climate change denier."
Many uninsured Americans are "young."
Says Mitch McConnell pushed "the Wall Street bailout through the U.S. Senate" and called it "the Senate at its finest."
Says President Barack Obama "has taken 92 days of vacation since he was sworn in," compared to 367 for President George W. Bush at the same point in his presidency.
"Obamacare … carries on even under a government shutdown."
"Half of all adults have a pre-existing condition" that could affect their health care coverage.
Says about NSA data collection: "Every member in both parties who served on the Intelligence Committee voted in favor of this."
"This year, we're off to our best private-sector jobs growth since 1999."
The minimum wage is "lower right now than it was when Ronald Reagan took office."
Says Obama administration delay of health care law's employer mandate affects about 1 percent of the American workforce.
Says under the Senate immigration bill, newly legalized immigrants will "pay every tax possible, but you don’t get a single benefit" for 10 years.
"In New Hampshire, 93 percent of Democrats, 79 percent of Republicans, 82 percent of gun owners and 60 percent of NRA households support background checks."
"In 1999, the NRA leadership in Washington, pretty much the same people intact, were for (expanded background checks.)"
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