Out of Context: Black Men Vote vs. Romney “Not Concerned About the Very Poor”

A radio ad from the super PAC Black Men Vote takes Gov. Mitt Romney’s comment out of context.

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Outdated Evidence: Obama on Medicare

President Obama (D) uses outdated evidence to attack Rep. Paul Ryan’s plan for Medicare.

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Out of Context: Obama vs. Romney on Abortion

An Obama campaign ad attacks Gov. Mitt Romney (R) by miscasting his quote.

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Out of Context: Crossroads GPS vs. Obama on Economy

A TV ad from conservative third-party group implies that a 2010 quote by President Obama was uttered recently and sets it in a context different from the one in which he set it in that earlier speech.

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Outdated Evidence: Rae Lynne Chornenky vs. Obama on Women’s Jobs Losses

Rae Lynne Chornenky, president of the National Federation of Republican Women, uses an outdated statistic about women’s jobs loss.

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Misleadingly Incomplete Citation: Restore Our Future vs. Obama on Stimulus

An attack ad by Restore Our Future erroneously cites the Congressional Budget Office in a claim that the stimulus was a failure.

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Out of Context: Biden vs. Romney on bin Laden

Vice President Joe Biden (D) miscasts a quote from Gov. Mitt Romney (R) about capturing Osama bin Laden.

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Outdated Evidence: Obama vs Factcheckers on the U.S. Auto Industry

President Barack Obama (D) uses outdated evidence when making the claim that the U.S. auto industry is “back on top of the world.”

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Misplaced Referent: Obama vs. Romney on Troops in Iraq

President Barack Obama (D) twists Gov. Mitt Romney’s (R) words about withdrawing troops from Iraq.

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