Yadda, yadda, yadda! Tell us, oh-smart guy,(lol) did Reagan or Bush add a trillion dollars a year to our National Debt every year they were president? No? Hmmmm...that little fun fact doesn't make you fairy tale so believable, does it? LMAO Did Reagan or Bush push the largest piece of legislation in our country's history thru the process without reading that bill? No? Again, makes your little story just another funny piece of crap. Did Bush or Reagan put the largest tax legislation on the backs of all Americans...ever? No? Obama did. How funny that you never mentioned those fun facts? Seems as tho Obama has outdone all other presidents with his out-of-control spending and his many failed policies and has used the blame game and the race card all up. What will he try next? lolReagan cut taxes for the Rich, increased taxes on the Middle Class
Ronald Reagan is loved by conservatives and was loved by big business throughout his presidency and there's a reason for it. When Reagan came into office in January of 1981, the top tax rate was 70%, but when he left office in 1989 the top tax rate was down to only 28%. As Reagan gave the breaks to all his rich friends, there was a lack of revenue coming into the federal government. In order to bring money back into the government, Reagan was forced to raise taxes eleven times throughout his time in office. One example was when he signed into law the Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982. Reagan raised taxes seven of the eight years he was in office and the tax increases were felt hardest by the lower and middle class.
Tripling the National Debt -
As Reagan cut taxes for the wealthy, the government was left with less money to spend. When Reagan came into office the national debt was $900 billion, by the time he left the national debt had tripled to $2.8 trillion.
Reagan funded Terrorists
When Ronald Reagan came into office 1981, unemployment was at 7.5%. After Reagan cut taxes for the wealthy, he began raising taxes on the middle and lower class.
Reagan gave amnesty to 3 million Undocumented Immigrants
His attack on Unions and the Middle Class
On August 3rd, 1981, PATCO (Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization) went on strike in an effort to get better pay and safer working conditions. Two days later, taking the side of business, Ronald Reagan fired 11,345 workers for not returning to work.
Once a liar and a thief, always a liar and a thief and you are still too stupid to figure that out? PRICELESS!