1. CLAIM: Democratic health care reform proposals include a "death panel" which would determine whether people are "worthy of health care." 2. CLAIM: Palin refused federal funds to build a proposed bridge between Ketchikan, Alaska, and Gravina Island, popularly referred to as the "Bridge to Nowhere." 3. CLAIM: The New York Times reported that Obama had been "palling around" with Bill Ayers. 4. CLAIM: As an Illinois and United States senator, Barack Obama did not "author ... a single major law or reform." 5. CLAIM: The Alaska Legislative Council cleared Palin of legal wrongdoing with regard to the termination of former Alaska Public Safety Commissioner Walt Monegan. 6. CLAIM: In a 2001 appearance on Chicago public radio station WBEZ, Obama said it was a "tragedy" that the Supreme Court has not addressed wealth redistribution. 7. CLAIM: Palin was governor of a state that produces almost 20 percent of the nation's domestic energy supply. 8. CLAIM: In opposing a bill amending the Illinois Abortion Law of 1975, Obama supported allowing a fetus "born alive" following a "botched abortion" to be allowed to die. 9. CLAIM: Palin vetoed stimulus funds for energy efficiency because it was "tied to universal building codes" that wouldn't work in Alaska. 10. CLAIM: During Palin's term as governor, construction began on a $40 billion natural gas pipeline in Alaska, "North America's largest and most expensive infrastructure project ever." Before Rogue : Sarah Palin's Top 10 past falsehoods | Media Matters for America ------------- That's just Sarah being Sarah!