A stew of questionable assumptions
Terry McAuliffe "wants to raise your taxes $1,700 to pay for his infinite promises."
Criticism would have been better focused on this year
Since Obamacare became law, "most of our new jobs have been part-time jobs."
Except for the budget passed this year
"It’s been 4 and a half years since the United States Senate passed a budget."
Constitutional problem with claim
Terry McAuliffe has "threatened to shut down Virginia’s government if his budget plan isn’t supported."
Distorts Cuccinelli's plan
Under Cuccinelli’s tax cut plan, "school divisions across Virginia could be forced to fire over 8,000 teachers."
McAuliffe sold stock three years before company's failure
"Terry McAuliffe cashed in, walking away with millions" from the demise of Global Crossing.
Big accusation lacks proof
"There’s only one candidate under investigation -- Terry McAuliffe."
Clinton's idea; McAuliffe helped carry it out
Says Terry McAuliffe is "the person who invented the scheme to rent out the Lincoln Bedroom."
"Every (personhood) bill I’ve ever support has either had language that says we’re conforming to the constitutional rulings of the Supreme Court or something to that effect."
What about Terry McAuliffe?
"I’m the only candidate for governor who’s rolled out any policies so far."
Says Ken Cuccinelli "attacked churches for helping the poor."
No credible proof
Says Terry McAuliffe "opposes" Virginia’s right-to-work law.
GOP ticket never said that
The state GOP ticket "says their top priority is a career-long mission to outlaw abortion in all cases and ban some common forms of birth control."
Claim leads to apology
Says Democratic Party created Planned Parenthood
Martin regrets statement
Says Democratic Party created the Ku Klux Klan.
Virginia teachers aren't that gray
"Of our 98,000 teachers who are K-12, over 53,000 of those teachers today are over 50 years old."
Except in 2001
"We have never gone a year in Virginia -- ever -- without passing a budget -- ever."
Policy holders, not government, would have paid for option
Virginia Society for Human Life
Under Obamacare, Virginia taxpayers would have been "forced to pay for abortions" if the General Assembly had not recently intervened.
In Virginia "there has been a billion dollars in surplus over the last three years. The legislature has spent less than 1 percent of that on roads."
No fuel for this claim
"One-third of the gasoline is purchased by out-of-state people" in Virginia
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