So many people here want to give Clinton credit for the economic results of the 90's and I give him credit for being a good politician as well as a willingness to actually negotiate with the Republican Controlled Congress even though it didn't appear so in the Press. You see it was Clinton who signed most of the Contract with America after publicly speaking out against it. It was Clinton that signed off on Republican budgets after shutting down the govt. over those budgets. It was Clinton who signed welfare reform after vetoing the same GOP Legislation he vetoed. It was Clinton who signed NAFTA after campaigning against it. Republicans took control of the Congress in the 1994 elections for the first time in decades and held control of the House until the 2002 elections. The Senate went 50-50 in 2001 but Democrats controlled the major committees
So not sure what you are trying to show here but there is a story behind those numbers and it all boils down to leadership skills which Obama seriously lacks. A good leader wouldn't be taking vacations with so many Americans unemployed and such poor economic growth. A good leader wouldn't be playing golf so many times with the massive debt Obama has accumulated and the toxic attitude in D.C. A good leader would hole up in D.C. and make the Congress do the same thing until they reached a deal on consensus and would do what Reagan did, go to the American people almost daily selling his economic plan and making people feel good about their country, not promoting a divisive economic and foreign policy.