Selective use of Kerry’s own words makes him look inconsistent on Iraq. A closer look gives a different picture.
GOP Web site Uses Misleading Kerry Quote On Abortion
When Kerry said abortions should be moved ‘into the mainstream of medical practice,’ he was talking about safer locations, not more frequent abortions.
Are Bush and Cheney “Small Businesses?” Their Ad Counts Them As Such
A Bush-Cheney ’04 ad claims Kerry would raise taxes on 900,000 small businesses and “hurt jobs.” But it counts every high-salaried person who has even $1 of outside business income as a “small business owner” — a definition so broad that even Bush and Cheney have qualified while in office,
ACLU Ad On “Sneak-and-Peek” Searches: Overblown
The American Civil Liberties Union is running an ad alleging that the USA Patriot Act allows authorities to search homes “without notifying us . . . treating us all like suspects.” That’s not exactly true.
Misinforming Voters From The Stump
Bush and Kerry both pepper their standard political speeches with misleading claims.
Kerry & Bush Duel Over Medicare Premiums – Who’s To Blame For The 17% Increase?
Bush falsely claims Kerry voted repeatedly to raise premiums. Kerry’s spot blaming Bush alone for the latest increase isn’t much better.
A False Ad About Assault Weapons
A new MoveOn PAC ad implies machine guns are becoming legal, which isn’t true. And it blames Bush, even though Bush said he would have extended the ban on assault weapons.
Kerry Exaggerates Cost of War in Iraq
Kerry is using an exaggerated figure for the cost of the Iraq war in his latest line of attack against Bush, claiming in the latest version of his standard stump speech that the war in Iraq has cost “$200 billion and counting.”
Democratic Group’s Ad Revives “AWOL” Allegation Against Bush
“Texans for Truth” group features another Alabama Guardsman who doesn’t recall seeing Bush in 1972.
Zell Miller’s Attack on Kerry: A Little Out Of Date
Miller slams Kerry for opposing bombers, fighters, and helicopters. That WAS true 20 years ago but not lately.