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Old 11-11-2012, 04:39 PM   #138
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Originally Posted by HolyHandgernade View Post
Yes, that's what "we" think. That's what we "thought" too when Bush put two wars on the credit card and developed a spending habit harder than the average American's obsession for Thin Mints.
Well, you're now preaching to the choir. I criticized Bush for that all over this board. He was a liberal afterall. Plus the Rs backed him.
Now how can you call him out for it when Obama has been much worse?
At least I criticized Bush for it. You can't criticize Obama for it. Because of course, you agree with that spending so long as it's spent on what you want like Obamacare, even if it has $17 trillion in unfunded liabilities and he bombed Libya, is in Syria and now Mali.
As I said many times before, it's never the money, it's what people want to spend it on. Bush and Obama share a lot of things. Yet you think there's a big difference.
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