No liar here, but your story seems to be undergoing revision, like a good little Democrat.
Let's look again at your most egregious claim (from post #19962)- you say Bush allowed the bin Ladens to blow up the WWC and supplied a military escort out of the country. There are three problems in that one premise:
1. How did Bush ALLOW the WWC to be blown up? The word allow implies direct knowledge of with no intent to stop an action- and your evidence of this is....?
2. bin Ladens (plural)- No - one individual within the bin Laden family, from which he is estranged, orchestrated a terroristic plot. Where is your evidence that other members of the family living in the US were involved. As stated they were supervised and questioned by the FBI, no evidence was found that could justify holding them and they were allowed to get on the Saudi chartered planes home.
3. No "military jet escort" out of the US was involved, as you claimed there was. Unger's main claim in the entire article is that the Saudis were allowed to leave before the airports were reopened - that is false. So the rest of his article is worthless.
You really need to give up on this. The only one looking foolish and uninformed is you. Get over Bush. He hasn't been in office for over 4 years. And let's look at our national fiscal position again. You love to talk about the deficit and ignore the national debt. However, most economists will tell you that the debt figure is the better indicator of the nation's fiscal health.
"The debt affects the deficit in three ways. First, the debt actually gives a better indication of the true deficit each year. You can more accurately gauge the deficit by comparing each year's debt to last year's debt. That's because the budget deficit, as reported in each year's budget, does not include the amount owed to the Social Security Fund. However, this is a debt that will need to be repaid one day, and so the amount borrowed from it is a more accurate description of each year's government liabilities than the reported budget deficit.(Source: St. Louise Federal Reserve, Deficit, Debts and Trust Funds, August 2006)"
So let's look at the actual debt. It grew under Bush $4.9 trillion in his 8 years in office - we fiscal conservatives were appalled at that, of course, we had no idea what was coming under Obama. In the first 4 years alone of Obama's presidency that debt has grown another $6 trillion. That's a 50% higher increase in the national debt in half the time period. And you consider that something to brag about, really???
No sensible person believes him. A few might lean toward him, but not because they believe him, it's because he is a libroid like themselves, so they let him go on with his merry little stories that everyone knows is fabricated or so twisted that even he has trouble keeping his story straight.