psargent Wrote:
Mar 17, 2013 4:43 PM
Much as I disapproved of Bush's spending while he had Congress, let's not forget that the spending during his second term really watched up after he lost the House at the mid-terms. I never liked the fact he rarely vetoed any of the deems big spending but cut him slam for keeping the peace with the opposition in order to get some semblance of cooperation on waging the necessary war. One does see just how crazed the deems are by the spending in the first two years of O's administration. Repubs have no excuse for cooperating with them on any spending plans.