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Where I'm Clicking Now: FactCheck.org

Where I'm Clicking Now: FactCheck.org

Candidates and politicians love to throw around facts and statistics. But how can they all be true? The spurious stat slinging was super-evident during last week's Republican debate. Mitt Romney accused John McCain of using the "wrong data" regarding job creation and fee increases while he was governor. The argument sounded very convincing — until Factcheck.org ran the numbers. It looks like McCain was right after all.

FactCheck.org is the perfect place to sort out fact from spin. The website is a nonpartisan nonprofit and accepts no money from corporations, interest groups, or individuals. Its only goal is to decrease deception and increase understanding. Check it out and see how your candidate stacks up!

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janneth janneth 8 years
I wonder who the Factcheck people are voting for...
Linda-McP Linda-McP 8 years
Great site. Thanks, Liberty!
tiff58 tiff58 8 years
This is great! Love the site!
kitkatherine kitkatherine 8 years
i do too! this is such a good idea, thanks for sharing
Princesskitty22 Princesskitty22 8 years
I really like this site. Thanks, Liberty.
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