7) Rick Santorum, round two. Last month, the presidential hopeful told Fox news host Chris Wallace that he didn’t support the Komen foundation, as it was an organization with ties to “cancer and abortion,” implying the false claim that abortions cause breast cancer. But it gets worse. In New Hampshire, lying to women about abortions is in the process of becoming a law. Last week, New Hampshire’s House of Representatives passed a bill requiring doctors to tell patients seeking abortions that the procedure causes breast cancer, despite the fact that the link has been rejected by the National Institutes of Health, American Cancer Society and the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.