Actually that isn't true, it was a 50-50 Senate the first two years and totally Democrat the last 2 years. What exactly did the Democrats do to stop Bush from creating the mess you claim he created? Seems to me they were more interested in regaining the WH than they were doing the country's business. Fact remains from 2003 to 2007 the economy was booming, massive job creation and strong economic growth, BEA.gov and BLS.govdonc;1059061014]HELPED is the key word, considering that “HISTORY” tells us that for first six years of the bush administration, both houses and the Presidency were in republican hands.
Got to love the party of "n" which seems to be liberal talking points. There was total control of the Congress from 2009-2010 and look at the results. Now I understand why you want to divert from them but the truth is you cannot run from the actual facts.Unlike the party of NO, the dems occasionally crossed party lines when it came to “perceived” national security.
My hero isn't on the ballot this year but the Obama agenda is. The facts are for all to see but you choose to ignore them. Fact, over 16 million unemployed Americans today up 4 million from when he took office, over 3 trillion added to the debt, and 1.6% economic growth. You ought to worry more about what is going on now vs. what you think went on back in the 80's. The actual facts aren't friendly to you.I have pointed this out to you in other threads (plural is no typo), so there is no need to rehash this fallacy yet again. All anyone has to do is use their friend goggle+ “Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act”.
Your hero, in 1982 signed The “Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act”, he called it that so he could pretend that it wasn’t a tax increase but at that time it was the largest peacetime tax increase in American history. According to a Treasury Department study TEFRA was a 1% of GDP tax increase. Kinda like he did when he was Governor of Calyfornia, which I also pointed out to you in a previous thread.Again goggle is your friend.
The "Gipper" was a grade B actor, that should have won an Academy Award for his portrayal of a President for eight years.
At this point that award for impersonating a leader would go to Barack Obama, a man with zero leadership skills and results that match those skills.