Under Obama, change in the debt you can believe in

Yes indeed, President Barack Obama (D) definitely did institute a change as Mark Knobler of CBS News reports on a definite Obama change. Not one to believe in though and definitely not one of hope.
The latest posting from the Treasury Department shows the National Debt has increased over $2 trillion since President Obama took office.

The debt now stands at $12.6 trillion. On the day Mr. Obama took office it was $10.6 trillion.

President George W. Bush still holds the record for the most debt run up on his watch: $4.9 trillion. But it took him over four years to rack up the first two trillion dollars in debt. It has taken Mr. Obama 421 days.

And after over a year in office Obama is still blaming the debt on his predecessor. This from a man whose most common vote in the Illinois state legislature and as a Senator was "present."


Yes indeed, President Barack Obama (D) definitely did institute a change as Mark Knobler of CBS News reports on a definite Obama change. Not one to believe in though and definitely not one of hope.

The latest posting from the Treasury Department shows the National Debt has increased over $2 trillion since President Obama took office.

The debt now stands at $12.6 trillion. On the day Mr. Obama took office it was $10.6 trillion.

President George W. Bush still holds the record for the most debt run up on his watch: $4.9 trillion. But it took him over four years to rack up the first two trillion dollars in debt. It has taken Mr. Obama 421 days.

And after over a year in office Obama is still blaming the debt on his predecessor. This from a man whose most common vote in the Illinois state legislature and as a Senator was "present."


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