Kerry supported an increased tax on Social Security benefits, but he also supported a repeal and Bush didn’t.
Animated cartoon claims Bush cuts education funding, but it’s really up 58%.
Bush campaign falsely accuses Kerry of voting 350 times for tax increases. Bush’s own words mislead reporters.
Let me put the matter bluntly: an awful lot of the e-mailed messages zipping around the Internet are lies — and too many are being sent on by gullible, lazy friends who ought to know better.
Yes, along with $87 billion worth of other things. But Bush didn’t send enough in the first place.
President claims 1995 Kerry plan would “gut” the intelligence services. It was a 1% cut, and key Republicans approved something similar.
Attack ad revives question of whether Kerry’s numbers add up.
Citizens United TV ad calls Kerry a “rich, liberal elitist.” But Bush is rich, too. So was George Washington.
A TV ad from an anti-Bush group says so. But it’s based on a study that actually says something different.
His first three TV ads are downright bland, with lots of generalities and few facts for us to check.