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panzed Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 6:47 PM
Bush - last year spending. FY2009 (Oct 08-Sept 09) Obama - first year spending. FY2010 (Oct 09-Sept 10) All numbers in billions of dollars. --------------Bush----Obama Budget-----3100-------3500 Stimulus----152---------257 TARP---------700 AIG------------150 Auto Bailout---13---------36 Omnibus------------------410 War suppl(1)-162 War suppl(2)-106 TOTAL--------4383-----4203 Martin Feldstein was quoted, "FY2010 will be Obama's first year. That is his first budget. FY2009 was Bush's budget. Even a 5th grader can see that revenues will go down due to the recession, so deficit spending almost has to take place during these times."
Scott853 Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 8:56 PM
Yes, I like how Martin Feldstein twists the numbers to dump all of FY 2009 on the big spender Bush, when it's clear than hundreds of billions of stimuli dollars, though appropriated before the Annointed One by a Democratically Controlled House, was in complete control of BHO and not GWB. So it's twisting the facts to suggest that 2009 was all Bush's watch when so much money was spent at the discretion of the Know Nothings in the WH for most of 2009.
jwarrior Wrote: Oct 29, 2012 7:38 PM
Nice try panzed,
1. The final 2 years of the Bush Admin both the house and Senate were controlled by Democrats.
2. Bush was not a conservative. He was an elitist big spender that signed every spending bill put on his desk. And ultimately he is politically dead. Long gone, never to rise again. So get over yourself and accept the fact that Oblamer is in the WH and he has outspent Bush in one term. You conveniently left off the war funding under Oblamo the petty.

According to a study by the U.S. Census Bureau Multigenerational households on rise in U.S.

More than 4.3 million, or 5.6 percent, of the 76 million family households in the U.S. today are multigenerational households, or families living together that include a grandparent, parent and children as well as other family members, according to a study by the U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey.

Multigenerational Families

  • 3.7% in 2000
  • 4.0% in 2010
  • 5.6% in 2012

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