Bush NEVER signed into law proposals for spending that came from the Democratic Controlled House of Representatives.
That spending that set record deficits in 2009 was compliments of the Republican Majority who established those spending levels when they had solid majorities in the House and Senate.
That can't be new news to any Republican that follows Government Spending.
I guess you didn't click the link to the chart. Now had you done that, you would have noticed the lower deficit spending right until after Democrats regained leadership of the house. Republicans regained the congressional leadership in 2010, and now we have lower deficit spending again?
My, what a coincidence this all is.
Putting all that aside, when we hear or read of difficulties between the Republican Congress and DumBama, what are those differences usually about? They are about DumBama wanting to spend more and Republicans wanting to spend less. That's most of the fight right there. Obama wants to expand unemployment, Obama wants another stimulus package, Obama wants more this and more that.
The way you put things, it's quite the opposite: Republicans wanting to spend more and DumBama wanting to spend less. Now if you really believe this, show me one instance where this happened since Republicans took leadership of Congress.
Look at the obvious. For the first time in US history, we lost our three star credit rating. Now why was that? Because Republicans wanted to spend less and DumBama wanted to spend more. The government shutdown? Again, DumBama wanted to spend more and the Republicans wanted to spend less. Why did the sequester kick in? You tell me.