Beautiful!… Dem's First Ad Asks Voters to Choose Between Bush's Pro-Business Policies or Current Ruin

The first DNC ad of the election cycle asks voters to choose between either Bush’s pro-business policies that kept the unemployment rate at 5.27% and reduced the deficit by 60% in 4 years or to go with the Obama-Pelosi plan of complete destruction of the American economy?

The choice is yours America:

A week ago the Obama Administration announced that the July deficit totaled $165 billion
That’s more than the Bush deficit for the entire year of 2007.

During the Bush years, despite the 2000 Recession, the attacks on 9-11, the stock market scandals, Hurricane Katrina, and wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Bush Administration was able to reduce the budget deficit from 412 billion dollars in 2004 to 162 billion dollars in 2007, a sixty percent drop.


In 2004 the federal budget deficit was 412 billion dollars. In 2005 it dropped to 318 billion dollars. In 2006 the deficit dipped to 248 billion dollars. And, in 2007 it fell below 200 billion to 162 billion dollars. During the Bush years the average unemployment rate was 5.2 percent, the economy saw the strongest productivity growth in four decades and there was robust GDP growth.

After an unheard of record deficit last year of $1.4 Trillion the economy is on track to experience a $1.47 Trillion deficit this year.

Unemployment is at record levels.

Good luck with that Bush-bashing ad, libs.

More… Granny added:

We have been educating every child for well over 100 years with a marked degree of success over all. I have not seen a single thing that the current regime has done that has in any way improved education in the US.

Most Americans will not buy a $41K “electric” automobile that can travel only 40 miles before a recharge. Many of us could not go to the grocery store and back on just 40 miles. Might as well save $25K and buy a gas-powered car in the first place!

Wind farms? That’s nice – but the only way we are going to generate enough electricity to power every home and every business and every industry in the US is to cover our land from sea to shining sea with windmills, including in your own back yard.

And after all, just WHO do the Dems expect to pay for this? The 20% or so of us that are unemployed?


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