They really do...
No offense, but Reagan SAID he wanted smaller government...
... But government spending went up during his presidency.
They're the same snake-oil salesmen, they just call themselves a different name.
They're both RepubliCrats
"... But government spending went up during his presidency."
1.6 Trillion in 8 years.
However, he created an environment where 28 million jobs were created.
I'll take 1.6 Trillion over 8 years with 28 Million new jobs over 1 Trillion per year with ZERO job creation.
Kinda funny that way.
Demolicans sounds better for me
At least you still can produce and watch such movies. Not sure for how long though...
by crankalicious4 years ago
I was thinking about this from a historian's perspective (I have an M.A. in History). My first caveat about this question is that, as a historian, I think it's misguided to try to evaluate president's while they're...
by wacknuts7 years ago
And what does it mean for us?
by CMHypno7 years ago
Do you think this will happen?http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldne … e-GDP.html
by Moderndayslave6 years ago
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by MikeNV7 years ago
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