those darn big-spending dems! oh…….wait

But the Tea Partiers only started complaining in 2009? Hmm…..

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More here: The only president since Jimmy Carter to constrain out-of-control spending by Congress was Bill Clinton. But deficit spending during Obama’s first term has so far only been in response to the recession, part of his administration’s expansionary fiscal policies which has included tax cuts and credits for most Americans.

2 Responses to “those darn big-spending dems! oh…….wait”

  1. 1 Sue in Minnesota
    October 11, 2010 at 3:49 pm

    This should be a billboard…a GIANT billboard, displayed all across the country. You would think at some point facts might start to sink in.

  2. 2 Audrey
    October 11, 2010 at 11:18 pm

    Facts are inconvenient especially for many teabaggers who knowingly hide behind obvious and blatant lies about “President Obama’s policies” as cover for what really irks them.

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