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Bill Clinton spoke in 2012 of not accepting foreign donations. But his statement wasn't as sweeping as some claimed, PunditFact found. ow.ly/MvImd
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Eliman Gibba , That's why the server and its contents were destroyed. So the facts can't come out. One important point you would seem to rather avoid.......
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If you saw the fight Saturday, you no doubt noticed this graphic. The claim about the 29 countries is Pants on Fire wrong. http://t.co/p3JDDIwQnR
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O still wouldn't do it !!
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Marco Rubio said, "The Iranians are now saying that what we're saying the deal is and what they understand it to be are two different things." Leaders in Iran and the United States are both accusing the other of distorting the framework agreement reached in April -- and there are some dramatic and significant differences in the way the two countries are describing aspects of the agreement. We outline them in our fact-check. The rating: True. http://tbtim.es/hjz
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Richard Clarke said, "President Obama said he was going to stop (signature strikes)."

As far as we can tell, Obama has never said himself that he would stop signature drone strikes, which killed two western civilian hostages. An unnamed administration official implied that signature strikes would eventually be phased out, though without any details. In any case, the drone program in Pakistan, which killed the hostages, was generally exempt from these rules.

Clarke’s claim suggests that Obama did something he said he wouldn’t do anymore, but that isn’t the case. We rate the statement Mostly False.
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Fact-checking claims about 'Clinton Cash' http://ow.ly/M93aP
Did foreign interests curry favor with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by paying huge speaking fees to her husband? That’s the question raised in the forthcoming book Clinton Cash by author and political consultant Peter Schweizer. On the Sunday shows, Schweizer said that while his research uncovered no proof of a quid pro quo between foreign interests and the 2016 Democratic frontrunner, the evidence does suggest a troubling trend.
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Where is the proof ? Better have proof before writing anything about someone else,lesson #1. Two isn't money freedom of speech ? Oh now it is just for americans ya? Get real.
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Marco Rubio: "I can tell you with certainty (cap-and-trade) would have a devastating impact on our economy."
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+Jason Allen​ I haven't impugned your sense of logic, I have pointed out that you don't have any logic.

You are inventing a motivation for calling Obama by his middle name out of thin air. There is no logic in that.

Like every other mindless drone, when someone opposes Obama in any way, you cry "racism". That is totally devoid of logic.

And by the way... if you are going to use fancy words, learn to spell them first.
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This may give Speaker John Boehner heartburn. His claim on Meet the Press that we spend more money on antacids than politics is False.  http://ow.ly/Msjfk
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 LMAO, metaphors needs what, "verifiable facts"? What a load of BS. Yes the post rates it as false. But really?
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"I had a mission," Pfeifer said. "I am sick of reading bull- - - -. I am sick of lies. I am sick of people’s lives being destroyed." From +PunditFact 
A month ago, before reporters from Las Vegas to Washington knew him by his real name, Larry Pfeifer told a lie. He doesn’t dispute it. He promotes it. The 50-year-old Henderson, Nev., man, says he crafted a rudimentary hoax about injuries sustained by Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid to show how easily partisan media could jump for a juicy story. And jump they did.
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One of LImbaugh's favorite combination of words is "low information voters"  They describe his audience perfectly.
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With Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., expected to announce soon that he’s running for president in 2016, we thought we’d take a look back at his record on the Truth-O-Meter.
With Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., expected to announce soon that he’s running for president in 2016, we thought we’d take a look back at his record on the Truth-O-Meter. Sanders is an Independent, but he caucuses with Senate Democrats, and he is expected to join the Democratic primary race -- a field that so far officially includes only former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Before becoming a senator in 2007, Sanders was a member of the House ...
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Conservative media has been saying that Baltimore's mayor allowed, perhaps even encouraged, the riots that have battered the city. We give you the full text. You can sort it out.
Did Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake make a conscious decision to allow violent protestors to loot and set fire to stores and police cars in her city? That’s the take from conservative pundits and journalists. The unrest began Saturday, April 25, in Baltimore as a peaceful march spun off groups who battled with police. As the evening wore on, about 1,300 police officers from the city and nearby jurisdictions fought to maintain control. Th...
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+Kern Pegues you are right
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24 Americans went to the moon. Bill Maher says 20 farmers paid the estate tax in 2013 http://ow.ly/M2qVQ 
Liberal comedian Bill Maher made an out-of-this-world comparison to poke a hole in the Republican argument that the estate tax threatens the livelihoods of
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+Burdel Blunt Yes, 50 years ago the Democrats were the party of racists. Then Johnson came along and goaded them into passing civil rights legislation. Most of the Dems who opposed civil rights left the party and joined the Republican Party. I'm aware of that, thank you.
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Yes, Gwyneth Paltrow flubbed the $29/wk food stamp challenge. She also flubbed her facts about SNAP. ow.ly/LXYur
Love or loathe Gwyneth Paltrow, her experiment buying groceries on a food stamp budget stirred up a lot of awareness about the nation’s anti-hunger programs. Which, you know, was kind of the point. Paltrow, a health-conscious actress who prefers to cook with fresh ingredients, accepted a challenge from celebrity chef Mario Batali to live on food stamps for a week and draw attention to the Food Bank for New York City earlier this month. Paltrow sh...
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Oh #SNAP !!! $85 #BBQ#gwynethpaltrow   #sucks !!!
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