He says 43 million don’t have “health care.” He means they don’t have insurance.
His latest ad is all generalities, no facts.
In reality, Kerry favors some of the same “safeguards” as several conservative Republicans.
It quotes negative comments from newspapers, but doesn’t mention that they are editorial expressions of opinion.
Bush ad claims “dramatic results” in Texas schools, but fails to mention data-manipulation scandal.
Over the top: Kerry’s boast that his vote “created 20 million new jobs.”
Latest barrage of ads repeats misleading claims that Kerry “repeatedly opposed” mainstream weapons.
The President’s ad recycles bogus claims, then tells only part of the story about Kerry’s position on tax breaks for couples and children.
Kerry ad puts words in Bush’s mouth that Bush never uttered.
Kerry once voiced support for a 50-cent increase in the gasoline tax. Bush calls that “wacky,” but Bush’s chief economist praised the idea.