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"Thanks to our policies, home ownership in America is at an all-time high." ~ George Bush, 9.2.2004, RNC acceptance speech
Who do you blame for the 2001 recession which began in March, 2001 ... Clinton or Bush? Oh, that would be Clinton ... "Aw, so now you want to buy Bush rhetoric, there were projected surpluses before the Clinton recession and before 9/11." ~ Conservative
Who do you blame for failing to protect us from a terrorist attack in September, 2001 ... Clinton or Bush? Oh, that would be Clinton ... "Oh, Bush did that, huh? What would you have said or done had Bush shut down the airports. Why didn't your hero do something about it" ~ Conservative
Who do you blame for Bush's Great Recession which began in December, 2007 ... Clinton or Bush? Oh, that too would be Clinton ... "You really are outraged over the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Law, where is your outrage for all the Democrats that voted for the final bill which obviously you want to ignore. On November 4th, the final bill resolving the differences was passed by the Senate 90-8, and by the House 362-57. This legislation was signed into law by Democratic President Bill Clinton on November 12, 1999" ~ Conservative
So don't sit there and lie through your keyboard, claiming how you hold Bush accountable for what happened on his watch. You don't. You never have and you never will.
"He did, March 2001 according to NBER so unless you can tell me what Bush implemented on January 21, 2001 with a Democrat Controlled Senate that created a recession that started in March it was an inherited recession?" ~ Conservative
That demonstrates his <sarcasm>acumen</sarcasm> on politics ... don't even broach mathematics with him ... it's above his payscale.
You also choose to ignore that polls continue to reveal that most people still blame Bush for the current economic conditions by a margin of roughly 3 to 2.
"If your opponent is of choleric temperament, seek to irritate him." - Sun Tzu