Romney attacks Huckabee again with false and misleading claims.
A labor group’s ad supporting Edwards misleads about plant closings.
Q: Who was the last U.S. president to own slaves?
A: Zachary Taylor owned slaves while in office. U.S. Grant owned a slave he freed in 1859, long before becoming president.
Q: Do members of Congress pay Social Security taxes?
A: Yes, ever since 1984.
Q: What is an enemy combatant?
A: “Enemy combatant” is shorthand for people who are fighting unlawfully. But no one is quite sure exactly what that means.
His ad strains to create black-and-white contrasts from blurry shades of gray.
Richardson stands out for exaggerated and inaccurate claims.
More exaggerations and misstatements in the final GOP debate before the Iowa caucuses.
Q: Did President Bush call the Constitution a “goddamned piece of paper”?
A: Extremely unlikely. The Web site that reported those words has a history of quoting phony sources and retracting bogus stories.
Bilingual misinformation from the GOP field.