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And if "wasting money" is what interests you...how 'bout this from another thread:I'm gonna guess that I don't need to explain what a deficit is regards,Tonight's Friday dump? The 10-year deficit has been raised from $7 trillion to $9 trillion.
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Tonight's Friday dump? The 10-year deficit has been raised from $7 trillion to $9 trillion.
I'm gonna guess that I don't need to explain what a deficit is regards,
7 Trillion $ of the defict belongs to GW Bush. Or, are you saying Bush left us with a surplus and Obama is the reason for the current defict?
The Iraq an Afghanistan wars are still costing billions of dollars.(About The Cost of War:
To date, $915.1 billion dollars have been allocated to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The national, state, and local numbers we provide are based on the total approved amounts through the end of Fiscal Year 2009.
In addition to this approved amount, the FY2010 budget shows a $130 billion request for more war spending. This would bring total war spending in Iraq and Afghanistan to more than $1 trillion. When all FY2010 war-related amounts are approved, we will adjust the counter so that it reaches the new total at the end of FY2010)http://www.nationalpriorities.org/costofwar_home
Bush delved out trillions of dollars to bail out banks and wall street.
(President Bush wants Congress to give his administration $700 billion dollars to bailout Wall Street. That's right; Bush wants American taxpayers to give the administration that brought us the Katrina response and the War in Iraq a blank check to fix a financial mess Republican deregulation got us into.
Today, the price tag just got worse as Republicans and Democrats talk about increasing the bailout dollar amount to 1.8 TRILLION)http://democracyforamerica.com/blog_...e-bush-bailout
Oh how soon we forget the debts of the previous administration and are quick to blame an administration just coming into office.
Once again, what are you blaming Bush for? According to your administration the government is actually making money on the money already returned. The bailout money was meant to be re-payed. They were loans not gifts.
The bailout is one issue now lets talk about Obama's plans for our future and his hope to redistribute your and my wealth.
He gave up the war on terrorism and converted it to a war on taxpayers.