It's Like Dad Going On A Spending Spree And Then Some Other Dad Gets Blamed For It

Anyone running for office on the Bush fiscal policies should have this etch-a-sketched onto their speaker’s notes.

Note: these numbers assume National Debt as of 1 year ago. Hence, they don’t reflect expected peace dividends from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, or revised economic growth projections, and it assumes the Bush tax cuts will be renewed in their entirety.

Found on TalkingPointsMemo. Originally submitted by Brandon W.


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