Hypothesis, not fact
In Virginia’s Medicaid program, "approximately 30 percent, or $2.7 billion a year, is lost to waste, fraud and inefficiencies."
Pedaling the truth
Says five Democratic state senators were for her bicycle tailgating bill "before they were against it."
Counting checks before they're signed
The Redskins Training Camp deal "generated $40 million in new private investment in the city."
Wage's buying power lower than 1968
"In 1968, a full-time worker earning minimum wage, could actually support a family of three above the poverty line. Today, that same worker would earn less than the poverty line for a family of two."
Credible conclusion despite wrong stats
"There are 4.7 percent of Virginians who are minimum wage earners who are over 25 years of age working full-time and trying to raise a family."
"Seventy percent of all uninsured live in households in which at least one person is working."
No meat here
Richmond is "the most vegan-friendly city."
Mark Warner voted for "nearly $1 trillion in new taxes and $7 trillion in new debt."
Report doesn't predict layoffs
"The CBO’s latest report confirms what Republicans have been saying for years now. Under Obamacare, millions of hardworking Americans will lose their jobs."
"Eighty-five percent of the states in the United States that had electrocution have now abolished it."
All things counted, no
Virginia is "the No. 1 recipient of federal dollars."
The lieutenant governor rules
On sharing power with Republicans
Improved effort in making old charge
"Obamacare passed by just one vote in the Senate. It wouldn’t have passed without Mark Warner’s vote."
Don't forget China's government
"The largest enterprise in the world is the federal government of the United States of America"
On the money
In Virginia, "Medicaid has grown by 1,600 percent in the last 30 years."
"We expanded charter" schools.
But not predictive of Virginia's recount
"Of the four statewide races this century within a 300-vote margin, three have been overturned in a recount."
59 others also cast "the tiebreaking vote"
Mark Warner cast "the tiebreaking vote" to pass Obamacare.
A stew of questionable assumptions
Terry McAuliffe "wants to raise your taxes $1,700 to pay for his infinite promises."
Greatly exaggerated claim
Ken Cuccinelli would "take money away from public schools to fund private schools."
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