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Your Views: Ryan, don’t explode the deficit with tax cut – Janesville Gazette

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

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Your Views: Ryan, don't explode the deficit with tax cutJanesville GazetteWTM won't admit there was excellent job growth under Obama. And I won't speak to WTM's mistake about the deficit under Obama, because I think he confuses the U.S. deficit to the National Debt. Wonder what he thinks is going to happen with this new GOP ...

Americans Do Need a Tax Cut – Wheeling Intelligencer

Monday, October 30, 2017

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Americans Do Need a Tax CutWheeling IntelligencerThat argument is breaktaking in its cynicism, coming as it does from members of Congress who, during former President Barack Obama's administration, never met a liberal spending bill they didn't like. During Obama's eight years in office, the national ...and more »

Letters to the Editor, Monday, Oct. 30, 2017 – Naples Daily News

Sunday, October 29, 2017

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Naples Daily NewsLetters to the Editor, Monday, Oct. 30, 2017Naples Daily NewsThe Oct. 21 letter which purports to describe how President Donald Trump will repair the "damage" created by former President Barack Obama requires a response. The first issue that needs to be addressed is the reference to exploding the national debt.and more »

The flipflopping of American leadership – Juneau Empire

Sunday, October 29, 2017

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The flipflopping of American leadershipJuneau EmpireDuring his eight years, the national debt doubled, and the debt ceiling was raised seven times without a fight. After Barack Obama was elected president, the GOP flipped back to being fiscal hawks and...

GOP Doesn’t Seem To Hate Debt So Much Now That It Wants A Tax Cut – HuffPost

Sunday, October 29, 2017

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HuffPostGOP Doesn't Seem To Hate Debt So Much Now That It Wants A Tax CutHuffPostTrump and Republican congressional leaders are making that same Reagan tax-cut argument now, even after spending eight years blasting Obama for the large run-up in the national debt during his two terms in office (caused in large part by the financial ...and more »

Get Ready for the Trump Boom – FrontPage Magazine

Friday, October 27, 2017

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FrontPage MagazineGet Ready for the Trump BoomFrontPage MagazineWhile our national debt has soared, our economic growth has been historically abysmal. Stagnant economic growth has severely weakened our Nation's capacity to pay off the debt in the future, especially as measured against historic norms. Overall growth ...and more »

Blue Dog leaders ask House Republicans: What happened to fiscal discipline? – Washington Examiner

Thursday, October 26, 2017

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Washington ExaminerBlue Dog leaders ask House Republicans: What happened to fiscal discipline?Washington ExaminerEight years ago, when President Barack Obama was sworn into office, our colleagues in the Republican Party called for fiscal discipline. They said our national debt was reaching a dangerous level, and we were mortgaging our children's futures. As Blue ...

Obama budget a timid, political spending plan – Lewiston Sun Journal

Thursday, October 26, 2017

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Obama budget a timid, political spending planLewiston Sun JournalIf you thought he was referring to the $14 trillion standing national debt, as most Americans would, you might be led to believe we would halve that. Far from it. The president's budget does nothing but modestly cut the growth rate of each year's ...

Trump’s tax plan and the certainty of Democratic resistance – The Hill

Thursday, October 26, 2017

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The HillTrump's tax plan and the certainty of Democratic resistanceThe HillSpending under Obama, however, exceeded that of Bush by $6.190 trillion and that of Clinton by $10.701 trillion. As a result, the national debt under Obama was $7.161 trillion higher than when Pres. Bush left office and $10.349 trillion higher than ...and more »

George W. Finally Found His Voice – American Thinker

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

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American ThinkerGeorge W. Finally Found His VoiceAmerican ThinkerBush doubled the national debt, Obama doubled it again, hardly grounds for criticism as he continued Bush's fiscal irresponsibility. Both started their presidencies with low unemployment, ending with high unemployment. Both started with congressional ...and more »

Obama's National Debt Impact

Upon Inauguration: $10,626,877,048,913
As of Jan 17, 2018: $20,492,939,320,324
In 9.0 yrs Increased: $9,866,062,271,411
George Bush (8yrs): $4,899,100,310,609
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