Opposed once, in favor nine times
Says "Tammy Baldwin had the opportunity to vote to honor the victims of 9/11 and she voted against it."
She also backed stopping the tax increase
Says U.S. Senate rival Tammy Baldwin supports a "tax increase that President Obama says" would cost middle-class families $3,000 per year.
Data collection required, but no requirement on health care workers
Says Tammy Baldwin introduced a bill that would require doctors and other health care workers to ask patients, "including young children, whether they are gay, lesbian, bisexual, or if they know their gender identity."
Jumping to assumptions
Greater Wisconsin Committee
"Women who have miscarriages could be investigated by police" under legislation supported by Republican state Senate candidate Rick Gudex.
And cutting them
Says U.S. Senate opponent Tommy Thompson favors raising taxes on small businesses.
Production? Yes. Proved, possibly recoverable reserves? No
"We have more natural gas than Saudi Arabia has oil."
Only for federal abortion funding
Says House Republicans "tried to change the definition of rape."
The price is right. The blame is off the mark
The price of gasoline was at $1.85 a gallon when President Barack Obama took office and has since nearly doubled because of his policies
Charge dims under bright light
Says U.S. Senate hopeful Tammy Baldwin voted for a $1 trillion stimulus bill that included a wasteful "$800,000 to replace light bulbs."
No real battle, let alone a battle won
"I led the fight to require the Coast Guard to buy their engines from us, not foreign companies."
No real raises for either group
Says Gov. Scott Walker "raises the pay of inmates, but we don't raise the pay of staff in our correctional institutions."
Actually he wants broad tax cuts
Club for Growth
Says U.S. Senate candidate Eric Hovde has ‘no problem with raising taxes.’
It's a far piece from becoming black gold
The United States can immediately tap a domestic energy resource of "more than 1.5 trillion barrels of oil, six times more than Saudi Arabia."
No cutbacks; growth is slowed
President Barack Obama’s health care reform "slashed $500 billion from Medicare."
You'd have to eat a tube ... or more
Toothpaste contains "the poison substance of fluoride."
Taxpayers help in a big way
The Wisconsin Retirement System for public employees is "a self-funded pension plan" and "it’s the money of the workers’ that funds it."
Picture a lot more cloudy than presented
"Before Act 10, the total cost of public sector employees’ employment was 29 percent higher than that in the private sector. After the act, it’s still 22 percent higher."
"Overwhelming Democrat and Republican votes" in 2011 for legislation in two special sessions on jobs demonstrated the bipartisan nature of the Wisconsin Legislature.
Banned guns not widely used for deer hunting (then or now)
National Rifle Association
Says Tom Barrett "voted to ban 15 different kinds of guns, even a lot of common deer rifles."
Numbers aren't fake, but they're also far from firm
Since Scott Walker took office as governor in January 2011, there has been an increase of 33,200 jobs in Wisconsin.
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