no, youre wrong again.
Facts cannot be wrong.
During President Bush's first five years in office, the federal government increased by $616 billion
After beginning with a Clinton-era surplus of $128 billion in fiscal year 2001, the Bush administration racked up deficits of $158 billion in 2002, $378 billion in 2003, $413 billion in 2004, $318 billion in 2005, $248 billion in 2006, $162 billion in 2007, and $410 billion in 2008. Close to two trillion dollars in deficit.
And what about the national debt? It increased from $5 trillion to $10 trillion in the Bush years, leading to dramatically higher interest costs. “We pay in interest four times more than we spend on education and four times what it will cost to cover 10 million children with health insurance for five years.
Don't tell me I'm wrong when your the one who doesn't know what they are talking about. Just opinions and no facts. Those above are facts, proven facts. Our debt increased over 4 trillion dollars in 8 years, our government ballooned to a ridiculous size and spending went up.