A Graph Is Worth A Thousand Words

Just so we remember whose disastrous policies crippled this nation’s economy.

And keep in mind, this graph does not represent the debt that Bu$hCo saddled us with—even though that was enormous. It represents deficit projections for the 10 years after leaving office given that the Obama administration continues to follow Bu$hCo’s policies.

Thanks to VictorM at Argville and Daily Kos for the head’s up.

11 thoughts on “A Graph Is Worth A Thousand Words”

  1. Yeah I don’t understand this whole Tea Party thing. Who do you think brought you big government people? It wasn’t the democrats.

    And in answer to the Bush, “Miss me yet?” billboard. Hell no! I want you to have come back and clean up your mess jackhole.

  2. Just seeing that picture of Dubya gives me the shivers.

    The ick factor alone is enough to make one arf.

    And what Frogette said, too.

  3. Just seeing that picture of Dubya gives me the shivers.

    The ick factor alone is enough to make one arf.

    And what Frogette said, too. Times 100.

  4. Sorry about the duplicate post with the added “Times 100” thing.

    Your word verification told me I typed the characters wrong, then said it was a duplicate post.

    Arghhhh

  5. Hell no! I want you to have come back and clean up your mess jackhole.

    Frogette… Texans said much the same thing after Bush’s miserable stint as their governor.

    Facts are very stubborn things.

    Holte… And the “Great Communicator” should know, having bungled so many during his administration.

  6. Hill… It’s a mystery to me why photos of Bush are always so cringe-inducing. I mean…the man is not bad looking, not at least when you compare him to some of our other presidents, a few of which had really gargoyle-like looks. Maybe it’s that smug smile that always adorns his mug.

    Randal… Ronnie ain’t so bad, but only if you fail to adjust for inflation. ;-)

  7. Deficits are one thing, but where and how the money is spent is also important. Major increases during Republican regimes have always been for military projects and ‘security.’ If there is one aspect of government where there is a legitimate reason to fear expansion it would be in those areas. Health care and infrastructure? Mmmm… not so much.

    Given the choice between funding a) hospitals, highway improvements and bridge repairs or b) paddy wagons, super prisons and riot squads it would be a foolish populace indeed who would choose the latter.

  8. Oh Kvatch you socialist. You’re so blinded by your devotion to “The One” that you don’t see that Republican deficits don’t count. That was wars and Jesus and “real” American stuff. Read the Constitution, my friend. I don’t remember seeing anything about allowing Kenyan commies to be president and spend our real American tax dollars!

  9. SBT… The prophetic words of Eisenhower coming back to haunt us, eh?

    Dave… You’re so right! I think we need a couple billion more deficit spending to bury Obama’s birth-certificate once and for all! ;-)

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