It quotes negative comments from newspapers, but doesn’t mention that they are editorial expressions of opinion.
Study published by Bush’s Treasury Department contradicts Bush’s campaign.
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 supported an increased tax on Social Security benefits, but he also supported a repeal and Bush didn’t.
Bush campaign falsely accuses Kerry of voting 350 times for tax increases. Bush’s own words mislead reporters.
Attack ad revives question of whether Kerry’s numbers add up.
Straining the facts at Iowa’s debate on Sunday Jan. 4.
Republican National Chairman Ed Gillespie said “80% of the tax relief for upper income filers goes to small businesses.” That’s untrue – and a classic example of a statistical distortion gone amok.
John Edwards’ latest TV ad leaves the impression that multimillionaires pay lower tax rates than salaried government workers or secretaries. While that can be true sometimes it is not usually the case.