Statements we say are Pants on Fire!
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."
Says "Obamacare" is "the largest middle-class tax increase in history."
"Foreign Chinese prostitution money is allegedly behind the groups funding Congressman Sean Duffy’s Republican Majority."
Says "Barack Obama and his team" are "socialists in every respect of the word."
Says GOP U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy of Wisconsin "voted twice to end Medicare."
Federal health care reforms amounted to ‘the government takeover of health care.’
"Scott Walker has a plan to privatize state lands" and "wants to sell our deer to the highest bidder."
Gov. Scott Walker is helping pay for the criminal defense of a man accused of "boy rape."
Says Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s budget "calls for raising property taxes by nearly $500 billion."
Says the Wisconsin Republican Party tweeted "Happy International Women's Day! You ladies should get paid less and not be able to make health care decisions."
A 10-year state program that created 202 jobs at a cost of $247,000 per job was approved by former Gov. Jim Doyle.
Says Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker eliminated "cancer screenings for uninsured women" and offered "no alternatives."
Despite opposition from national Club for Growth, Club for Growth Wisconsin "has endorsed" him for U.S. Senate.
Says Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker "is denying Democrats the right to vote."
"Wisconsin is broke," and "state government is $3 billion in debt."
The Wisconsin Department of Corrections is considering implementing mandatory physical fitness testing for security staff.
"(U.S. Reps.) Paul Ryan, Sean Duffy and Reid Ribble are … shutting down town hall meetings, or making their constituents pay to attend them."
A new college tuition reciprocity agreement with Minnesota "makes college education more affordable for Wisconsin residents."
Says he "helped bring" Uline company to Kenosha area, "creating 800 local jobs."
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