Because thinkprogress.org is unbiased?
Basically every single one of those tax claims by Obama have already been proven false, even by Obama's own campaign people. The $5 trillion number assumes that exactly zero dollars of deductions are removed from the system, and raising rates on the middle class also assumes that scenario takes place. Both claims have been refuted by the people who put out the original study. Furthermore, this idea that tax cuts add to the deficit and must be offset is ludicrous. Only spending is supposed to be offset as only spending adds to the deficit. Cut federal spending to decrease the deficit and flatten the tax code to increase revenues to the federal government.
Drilling has basically stayed flat under Obama, with the only increases coming in improved yields instead of any actual new drilling on federal lands. Increases have only come from private lands because the administration has blocked new drilling on federal lands.
This claim by your "factchecker" has already been proven as absolutely ludicrous: "There’s that number again. Romney is claiming that Obamacare siphons off $716 billion from Medicare, to the detriment of beneficiaries. In actuality, that money is saved primarily through reducing over-payments to insurance companies under Medicare Advantage, not payments to beneficiaries. Paul Ryan’s budget plan keeps those same cuts, but directs them toward tax cuts for the rich and deficit reduction."
How are there overpayments under Medicare when there have to be doctor-fix bills passed to make sure doctors get enough money from treating Medicare patients? Furthermore, how will beneficiaries be completely unharmed when doctors and hospitals get less money for the work they do? All those doctors will simply keep seeing those patients and providing those treatments without adequate compensation? If you believe that, I have some oceanfront property in Kansas to sell you. By the way, I've also disproven the "attack" on Paul Ryan's plan keeping those cuts: he has to either specifically change any spending laws that have already been passed or assume that they will be in effect when he writes a new budget. That doesn't assume he wants
those cuts to take place.
Pretty much everything else is simple disagreements with plans instead of "correcting" things that are "lies".