The federal deficit problem was caused by the Bush Tax Cuts? Really, drones?
The Bush Tax Cuts ("Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003") were signed into law on May 28, 2003, just months before the start of the 2004 fiscal year.
The results -- in terms of real revenue to the U.S. government -- were stunning.
According to the OMB's own figures, the Bush tax cuts resulted in an explosion of revenue to the U.S. government.
That's not to say Bush wasn't a profligate spender -- he was. But in virtually no cases were Democrats arguing that he spend less (unless you count national security).
In fact, fiscal conservatives opposed Bush's absurd policies on spending, amnesty and the expansion of Medicare.
But no one in world history has ever spent money like Barack Obama.
These statements are indisputable.
Which is why they are certain to be rejected by the diminishing cadre of Obama-Democrat drones, who appear to be completely immune to facts, logic and reason.
Hat tip: Caller Steve from Los Angeles on the Mark Levin Show, 7/18/2011.