So right there are three examples where all I did was set the facts straight -- you claim there is "no value in talking to me" because I am posting facts. So what is there value in? People making fallacious claims that Bush was better than Obama? People making fallacious claims that Obama left 90% of the troop in Iraq? People making fallacious claims that the debt was 9 trillion when Obama became president and has risen 6.5 trillion since? Is that where you find value? Not in those who are actually setting the record straight when others post fallacious claims?
You claimed the debt increased 6.5 trillion when it actually increased 4.1 trillion
You claimed the debt has risen faster since Obama became president when it's actually risen at about the same pace as it did during Bush's final 16 months in office.
To defend your claim that the debt increased 6.5 trillion under Obama you hysterically pointed to what the current debt ceiling is, not what the current debt is.
And I shot all of that down with links to U.S. Department of the Treasury which proved you wrong on every account; whereas you provided no links (which you couldn't since your numbers were simply made up) to bakcup your nonsense. Maybe you don't like to think of yourself as getting clubbed like a baby with the fact club, but really, what's wrong about that euphemism?