When President George W. Bush took office, our national debt was $5.768 trillion. By the time Bush left office, it had nearly doubled, to $10.626 trillion. So Bush's record on deficit spending was not good at all: During his presidency, the national debt rose by an average of $607 billion a year. How does that compare to Obama? During Obama's presidency to date, the national debt has risen by an average of $1.723 trillion a year — or by a jaw-dropping $1.116 trillion more, per year, than it rose even under Bush.say what you say good old boys. the fact still remains that a black man runs this country and is doing it better than his former white predecessors. No more pretending ur not racists. Everything was honkey dorey 12yrs ago when the man that put us in this hole was white. Now the blackman couldn't right the ship fast enuff (4 years) ur true colors come out. Ya'll down south white dudes kill me. Lol! Or u would if u could. Lol! We want our country back!!! Now u see how the indians felt. The child must pay for the sins of their father. Ur forefathers stole the land now it's time to reap wut u sow or ur fathers sowed. Famous words from the rapper Armageddon" my squads hard and far from Puritan. Robbing and killing men like I'm proud to be American." Jusr chaps ur ass to see a blackman running this country. U southerners are stuck in the 50s.
And none of this even takes into account Obamacare, which the Congressional Budget Office says would increase spending by more than $2 trillion in its real first decade (2014 to 2023)— and which, even under very rosy projections, the CBO says would increase the national debt by $341 billion by the end of 2019.