Statements we say are False
Says proposal to boost teacher pension fund "puts no mandate on local government."
George Allen cast "the deciding vote" for the 2003 Bush tax cuts.
"Our federal government has lent $2 billion to the state-owned oil company of Brazil to allow them to explore for oil and gas."
George Allen's flat tax "plan would actually shrink revenues further than the Perry (flat tax) plan."
"Bryce Reeves chaired a group bankrolled by a New York billionaire who fired hundreds of Virginia workers and sent their jobs to China."
Takes credit for "reining in" state spending when he was governor.
Virginia has made "no progress on jobs" since Bob McDonnell took office.
Virginia has a responsibility to fund 55 percent of public education and is paying just 41 percent.
"Harry Reid’s plan is basically giving the president a blank check."
"China owns more of our bonds than do Americans."
"President Obama and liberal former DNC Chairman Tim Kaine’s $787 billion stimulus failed to create jobs."
Non-defense discretionary spending has increased "by over 80 percent in the last two years."
"The (national) debt really added up $75 trillion in 2010 and is on track to hit $99 trillion this year."
"Rep. Robert Hurt voted again today to end Medicare and raise health care costs for Virginia seniors."
The 2009 stimulus bill "failed to get people back to work."
Under Gov. Bob McDonnell, more jobs have been lost than created in Southside and Southwest Virginia.
George Allen "had 40,000 earmarks" while he was a senator.
Ending federal funding for National Public Radio would jeopardize 9,000 jobs.
"A new ruling by the EPA would force dairy farmers to comply with the Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Program when dealing with spilt milk -- the same regulations oil and natural gas producers must follow."
A telecom bill could keep the State Corporation Commission from getting rate-of-return information from electric utilities.
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