Bush's Revenge

October 2010
Progressive Populist;10/15/2010, Vol. 16 Issue 18, p16
This article blames the former administration of U.S. President George W. Bush for budget deficits facing the U.S. government in 2010. It criticizes the Bush administration for spending budget surpluses on wars, tax cuts and corporate giveaways. It stresses the impact of the deficits on government expenses under the administration of President Barack Obama. The article advises Obama and Democrats not to allow the legacy of Bush.


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