Statements we say are Mostly False
The state government workforce grew when Tim Kaine was governor.
Tim Kaine supported "higher energy costs for families."
Because of the health care act, "The people who have health care and like it in this county are not going to be able to keep what they have."
Tim Kaine "made Virginia the best state for business four years in a row."
Prince William County "has cut violent crime in half" since instituting a crackdown on illegal immigration.
The CBO says the cost of health care reform will rise to $1.8 trillion, "increasing the price to far greater than the $900 billion" originally projected.
"And the revenue generated by drilling off Virginia’s coast? $40 million over 10 years."
Says Obama has "doubled the stock market from where we started when he was sworn into office"
President Obama's "budget would call for about $25 trillion in debt by the end of his term, if he was re-elected."
President Obama pushed through the stimulus "based on the promise of keeping unemployment under 8 percent."
Says Gov. Bob McDonnell's budget would cut pre-kindergarten programs.
Stimulus money went to "office upgrades for politicians."
(Rep. Bob Goodlatte's) balanced budget amendment does not require a balanced budget.
Under Ryan plan, "those 54 and younger would receive the same kind of healthcare options now enjoyed by members of Congress."
"Under Gov. Rick Perry’s leadership [Texas] has created more jobs over the last decade than the rest of the states combined."
"Gerry Connolly and his fellow Democrats went on a spending spree and now their credit card is maxed out."
The U.S. has "over $62 trillion in unfunded liabilities."
Tim Kaine broke a campaign promise not to raise taxes.
A cap-and-trade bill would "destroy over 50,000 jobs in Virginia."
"When I took office last year we faced historic budget deficits of $6 billion here in Virginia. And we closed those deficits by cutting spending."
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