Statements we say are Pants on Fire!
"Wisconsin wages are declining at double the rate of other states."
Under Scott Walker, Wisconsin "unemployment's up" from 4.8% to 6.2%
"The average rate of fraud" in the Earned Income Tax Credit, Medicare, Medicaid and food stamps programs "is 20 to 25 percent."
Action by the Milwaukee County Board will "provide the County Executive with the same level of security as the Governor and the Mayor of Milwaukee while saving taxpayers $300,000."
Scott Walker's income "tax plan is a tax hike. It increases taxes for nearly 80% of the people in the state."
With a bill bringing $100 million in property tax relief, "the typical Wisconsin homeowner will save approximately $680 over four years."
"We’re one of the only communities in the country that didn’t lose population in the last census."
Wisconsin sold fresh water to California, helping that state's dairy industry, and "lost a bunch of jobs (and) a bunch of farmland."
Says Gov. Scott Walker "hasn't done a public event this entire year."
Under Republican-backed state budget, the state education agency estimates expansion of Wisconsin’s school voucher program "could cost nearly $2 billion annually"
The National Rifle Association was "founded by religious leaders who wanted to protect freed slaves from the Ku Klux Klan."
"Gov. Scott Walker (is) more than halfway to (his) 250,000 jobs goal."
"In 2012, 1 in 4 Wisconsin schools had a subpar score on the Department of Public Instruction’s recent report cards" and are "failing" the children they serve.
Wisconsin state lawmakers worked seven days in 2012 but got "paid for a whole year."
"We just had someone last week in Neenah near a school kill someone with a bow and arrow."
Wisconsin has created "just under 100,000" jobs since he took office.
Says Paul Ryan’s budget plan "ends Medicare."
An aide "acted on his own" and "was not representing the Thompson campaign" when he sent an email criticizing the sexual orientation of U.S. Senate candidate Tammy Baldwin.
Says "millions of dollars in tax breaks" were paid for "by busting unions, cutting BadgerCare, and raising taxes on the poor and the middle class, thanks to Elizabeth Coggs' help."
Says U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy is among seven "Tea Party freshmen" who "spent an average of $15,000 on cars for themselves."
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