Your stupid shines through as usual. No comparison?<quoted text>
President Eisenhower's economic policy was a series of initiatives to strengthen the market-based and market-directed economy and enhance personal freedom.
Under the Eisenhower administration the economy had greatly expanded with the Dow Jones Industrials stock market index more than doubling (from 288 to 634).
Under Eisenhower there was a large governmental economic stimulus in the form of legislation establishing the National System of Interstate and Defense Highways.
The Eisenhower years were marked by low unemployment and low inflation. And the national debt indeed declined further.
So, basically, no comparison.
Just the fact that the DJIA doubled under Obama's four years as opposed to Ike's eight and that a "large governmental economic stimulus" was the hallmark of Obama's first term practically begs no comparison at all!
Ike saw 7.5% unemployment during the 1958 recession.
Don't know where you copied and pasted this from but you should get a different source.