You just posted a load of s*** didnít you? Bush didnít pay a f***** bill in the eight years of his Presidency. He added more debt than any administrationÖ EVER. When he took office the national debt was a tad over five trillion dollars, when he and five deferments left , it was 11 and a half trillion dollars.Conservative
It really serves no purpose to discuss issues with those that lack the basic understanding of debt and deficits nor how our economy works. Debt is cumulative and deficit is yearly. Bush inherited a 5.6 trillion debt and added 5 trillion to it. Included in that debt was the cost of 9/11, Hurricane's Katrina, Floyd, Rita, and Ike which is over a trillion of that debt. The cost of the wars were 100 billion per year according to the GAO so go back to school and get an education on how to do research. You now want to blame Bush for the debt he inherited?
Lets take Katrina as the starting point on this load of BS. According to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell statement on Friday, February 27th, 2009 in a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference Katrina cost $132 billion. Then you have Hurricane ike costing $22 Billion, Rita rings in at $11.3 billion. I saved the biggist load of s*** for desertÖ.Floyd dear old Floyd,made landfall in North Carolina on Thursday, September 16, 1999, 6:30am.Guess who was in the oval office chasing little fat interns around at that time?How on the hell can you can you say that $165 equls a half a trillinon? And as for as your BS on the cost of war, I got news for you once, the cost of Veterans benefits are factored you havenít touched anything yet. Forty years and Iím still sucking at the VA tit.
You still havenít explained why bush didnít use his veto for any legislation that he didnít approve of.That "Junior" Senator was running for President and that "junion" Senator was part of the Democrat Majority that controlled Congress. Congress is an equal branch of the govt. thus is responsible just like the President for any deficits. Please get a civics education.
Iím pretty proud of my source and its not move-on can you say the same about yours? Can you show me any source that says that Medicare Part D was funded?LOL, nice revisionist history and again something that diverts from my post. what has the cost of the Medicare Part B program been? Not sure where you get your information but Moveon.org would be proud as most of the information you post is false.
Hurricane Floyd.Actually if I were you I would be embarrassed about posting lies, distortions, and diversions. Have you no pride?
Have you no pride, posting BS night and day?Check this fox link outStop making a fool out of yourself. BEA.govt, BLS.gov, and the U.S. Treasury site shows different data that yours and those are the official sites. You really need to get a clue.
I suggest you actually get data from non partisan sites. It would make you look smarter than you do by posting the false information you are posting.
Those waves you are posting are actually waves to all those brain cells that have left your head.
Studies: Iraq War Will Cost $12 Billion a Month in 2008 - Politics | Republican Party | Democratic Party | Political Spectrum - FOXNews.com
And hereís the cherry on top of it for five- deferment Cheneyís old company (Halaburtin).< The flow of blood may be ebbing, but the flood of money into the Iraq war is steadily rising, new analyses show.>
In 2008, its sixth year, the war will cost approximately $12 billion a month, triple the "burn" rate of its earliest years, Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph E. Stiglitz and co-author Linda J. Bilmes report in a new book.>
http://www.nytimes.com/2008/08/12/wa...tors.html?_r=1< WASHINGTON ó The United States this year will have spent $100 billion on contractors in Iraq since the invasion in 2003, a milestone that reflects the Bush administrationís unprecedented level of dependence on private firms for help in the war, according to a government report to be released Tuesday. >