Those are considerably dishonest stats. For example, I know none of the candidates are pro-deficit spending...it be political suicide to say they were. If we look at their record (of course Cain doesn't have one), but Ron Paul has take his share of earmarks for his state out of unfunded budget bills. None of them are pro-war either. But all of them, including a "President Ron Paul" would have to use it in a defense situation. So much more..
They say they aren't pro deficit spending but their plans leave it as the only option. Ron Paul only takes out of what has already been approved. On the war position, lets just say most of the candidates except Ron Paul would be much more inclined to include war as an option. Ron Paul doesn't believe in pre-emptive wars, like the Iraq war. I think it's hard to argue with the fact that Iraq was an unnecessary tragedy that cause thousands, if not millions of deaths.