John Kerry has promised that, if elected, his economic policies will produce 10 million new jobs. Some FactCheck.org subscribers have asked us why we haven’t debunked that claim, given that the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) counted only 8.4 million who were unemployed as of March.
Over the top: Kerry’s boast that his vote “created 20 million new jobs.”
Kerry invents a new “Misery Index.” The old one makes Bush’s tenure look better than most.
Kerry ad puts words in Bush’s mouth that Bush never uttered.
Campaign says Internet ad is to ‘set the record straight.’ But it contains some distortions.
Straining the facts at Iowa’s debate on Sunday Jan. 4.
Political junkies tuning into the most recent Democratic candidates debate Dec. 9 in Durham, NH should not believe all that they heard.
In his announcement speech in South Carolina, Kerry claimed the U.S. is suffering “the greatest job loss since the Great Depression.” That’s wrong.
In a TV ad that aired in Iowa, Dick Gephardt says the President has “lost more jobs than the last 11 Presidents, ” which is incorrect.