The second Presidential debate between Obama and McCain was held last night at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. This debate differed from the first in that it used a town hall format in front of 80 selected voters. What didn't differ were claims that the opposing candidate made untrue statements. Let's see what the fact checking sites have to say . . .
So, did business organizations say that McCain's health care plan " would lead to the unraveling of the employer-based health care system" as claimed by Sen. Barack Obama? Well, according to CNN Factcheck it is "true." "Obama's comments appear to refer to an Oct. 7 New York Times article"and he "accurately expresses the tone and content of the news article."
Do “1.3 million people in America make their living off eBay” as claimed by McCain? According to FactCheck.org "only 724,000 persons in the U.S. have income from eBay, and only some of them rely on it as their primary source."
In any event, the front page of today's Newsday expresses one undisputed fact -- "Next Stop, Hofstra."
Ernster, the Virtual Library Cat
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