Years later, pants still on fire
The Affordable Care Act says that "at age 76 when you most need it most, you are not eligible for cancer treatment. … Cancer hospital will ration care according to the patient's age."
Not really comparable
Blocking travel from countries with Ebola should be possible because President Barack Obama "has sealed off Israel in the past."
Flip comment paints misleading picture
The CDC is "spending money on things like jazzercise, urban gardening and massage therapy" that could be redirected to Ebola.
Claim is far from rock solid
"All four on Mount Rushmore, they were all independents at one critical point in their career."
Once again, fake news passed off as real
"2014 Federal Tax Refunds To Be Delayed Until October 2015."
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."
Comparison of apples and oranges
"Iowa has the fourth fastest-growing personal income in the United States, while nationally, the real wage has decreased over the past eight years that Congressman (Bruce) Braley has been there by 2.7 percent."
Close — it's 900,000
Raising the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour, "would help lift over a million Americans out of poverty."
Singles out high end of estimated outcomes
Raising the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour "will destroy between half a million and one million jobs."
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)."
Yes, but the difference may not mean much
"The states that have raised the minimum wage (this year) have had faster job growth than the states that haven’t raised the minimum wage."
N.C. is actually in the bottom quarter of states
In North Carolina, "now we're near the national average" for unemployment.
Claim deserves a lump of coal
"The only candidate pocketing big money from people who want to destroy coal is Mitch McConnell."
Lower costs, lower deficit projections
The cost of "health care is now the single-biggest factor driving down" the federal budget deficit.
It's a state thing
"The Common Core was not put together by the Department of Education in Washington. It was put together by governors and by states."
An old, misleading talking point
By voting for Obamacare, Sen. Kay Hagan "voted to kill the equivalent of 2.5 million jobs."
Some addition, some subtraction
Says Thom Tillis "has cut $500 million from public education."
Many options on table, but few specifics
Says Thom Tillis "refuses to say what we should do to combat ISIS."
Land reverses on auto bailout
On support for the auto bailouts.
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