Democratic group’s ad claims Bush turned White House into “corporate headquarters,” but backs that up with false claims.
Bush ad claims “dramatic results” in Texas schools, but fails to mention data-manipulation scandal.
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.”
Latest barrage of ads repeats misleading claims that Kerry “repeatedly opposed” mainstream weapons.
Kerry claims the Supreme Court is “just one vote away” from overturning abortion rights for women. Make that TWO votes.
Study published by Bush’s Treasury Department contradicts Bush’s campaign.
Since my first article on lying e-mails, I’ve gotten dozens of inquiries about a snarky little message blaming Democrats alone for all sorts of bad changes to Social Security. I’m calling it “Lying E-mail #2.”
Kerry invents a new “Misery Index.” The old one makes Bush’s tenure look better than most.
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.