More, colander head:<quoted text>
Big talk from a subsidized whackjob who can't list a single bill the Democrats passed in the first 9 months of 2007 that created the recession that brought those deficits. Yes Record earmarks in 2005. Brought to you by the "OMG OMG OMG the debt the debt" Republicans.
Unfunded tax cuts, unfunded expansion to Medicare, Unfunded wars.
Deregulation of the financial system by Phil Grahm, Republican.
But hey, it was a bill passed in the 70s that caused it all, did ya know.
Who was voting yes yes yes on all that crap - yep Tea Party heroes Paul Ryan, Eric Cantor, Jim Demint, Mitch McConnell, John Boehner, etc
You are dumber than shit. Get off this thread & find a job thatI don't have to subsidized you worthless POS.
Mr. Bush and Republicans in Congress capitulated to and even promoted each and every government bailout and populist redistribution canard put before them. It's a long list, starting with the 2003 trillion-dollar Medicare prescription drug benefit and culminating with the actions taken to stem the 2008 financial meltdownthe $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program, the bailout of insurance giant AIG and government-sponsored lenders Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the ill-advised 2008 $600-per-person tax rebate, the stimulus add-ons to 2007's housing and farm bills, etc. The script had it that greedy right-wingers were the cause of our collapse, and deficit spending and easy money the answer.
The numbers are mind boggling. From the second quarter of 2007, i.e., the first full quarter of a Pelosi-Reid dominated Congress and a politically weakened President Bush, to the second quarter of 2009 when President Obama assumed office, government spending skyrocketed to 27.3% of GDP from 21.4%. It was the largest peacetime expansion of government spending in U.S. history."
A spending binge, payback for what scumbags dems saw as republicans stinginess.
you own it, boyson.