Why do you consider the Democrats responsible for 2007 & 2008 but not the Republicans in 2011, 2012, 2013? With the filibuster in the Senate, both situations are basically the same.<quoted text>
Back your bullshit up with facts. I'll help you. Here's the actual numbers:
And, you continually use verbiage indicating your ignorance of how the government of the United States works. I'll help you there, too. Here's a link to a document that describes in detail how the government of the United States raises revenue and spends money:
Now, after you read the document in the second link, use that knowledge when you quote the numbers in the first link to form your conclusions.
I'll give you a short history:
(We actually had a...) budget ... with a surplus
Arabs declare war on the United States
deficit grows to 500 billion dollars fighting the war the Arabs started.
Republicans turn over to the Democrats all the purse strings of government with a declining 0.16 (that's zero point one six) trillioin dollar deficit and a total public debt of 8.5 trillion dollars (having increased 3.5 trillion dollars subsequent to the dot-com bust and the Arabs declaring war on the United States).
The Democrats increased the deficit ONE THOUSAND PERCENT.
The Democrats doubled the debt to the 17 trillion dollars it is today.
The Democrats have not produced a budget since Obama took office.
The Democrats have no plan to stop borrowing for the day-to-day existence of government.
An idiot can tell you this government the Democrats are running is certain to collapse... which would be a logical part of any plan Marxist communists would have to take over a capitalist country.
Now, please tell us what the numbers are, and then describe for us your conclusions based on the actual numbers.
You will receive no credit for the usual propaganda bullshit you post here.
Why does taking spending off budget makes you think the money is somehow not spent? Would it have pleased you, if in 2010, we took Iraq & Afghanistan spending off budget to reduce the budget deficit?
I posted this link earlier. http://www.usgovernmentspending.com/federal_d...