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.
Not exactly when he took office
"When I took office, the deficit was nearly 10 percent of our economy. Today, it's approaching 3 percent."
It's not all about ships and troops anymore
Under sequestration, the military was cut "down to the smallest Army since 1940, the smallest Navy since 1915."
She's not winning an attendance award
Says Sen. Kay Hagan "has missed half of the (Senate Armed Services) Committee's hearings in 2014."
No harm, no fowl
Says Bruce Braley "threatened to sue a neighbor over chickens that came onto (his) property."
Vote was to arm Syrian rebels, not launch strikes
"I recently had the opportunity to vote to give the president limited authority to begin strikes against terrorists in Iraq and Syria."
NRA shoots and misses
"Mary Landrieu voted to take away your gun rights."
It's all speculation
Says personhood legislation she sponsored would not have restricted access to reproductive services and was "simply a statement that I support life."
Nonessential doesn't mean what she says it does
"94 percent of those that are employed by the Department of Education at the federal level were deemed by the department as nonessential employees."
Wage gap narrows when you account for purchasing power
Countries with a higher minimum wage than the United States’ $7.25 an hour include Denmark at $21, Australia at $15.81, Germany at $11 and France at $12.35.
It takes quite the logical leap
"Sen. Mark Begich cast the deciding vote in favor of President Obama’s authority to issue executive amnesty to illegal aliens."
Cassidy voted for the same budget deal
Says Mary Landrieu voted to fund benefits for illegal immigrants ahead of veterans.
Stats made up out of thin air
Congress includes 36 people accused of spousal abuse, 84 arrested for drunk driving in the past year, 71 with terrible credit and more.
There's no public evidence of this
"In 2011, (the Islamic State) attempted to attack Fort Knox."
It's a simplification of his record
Says Sen. Mark Begich is ineffective because he has only "passed one bill, the naming of a building."
It's been this way since 1973
Says "President Obama hijacked the farm bill (and) turned it into a food stamp bill."
Might have been accurate...in 2012
Says Tom Steyer is a "California billionaire who stands to profit by blocking Keystone" and "is spending big to help" Bruce Braley.
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