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Graphic courtesy Ben Sargent

Sargent makes this a partisan issue by juxtaposing George W. Bush’s campaign rhetoric against his budgetary track record. However, as the post that follows this will make fairly clear, the deficit issue (as well as other structural problems) will affect whoever is sworn in as President on January 20th, 2005.

Category: Economy

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One Response to “Deficit Issues”

  1. BOPnews says:

    Deficit Issues

    Ben Sargent via Yahoo! Graphic courtesy Ben Sargent Sargent makes this a partisan issue by juxtaposing George W. Bush’s campaign rhetoric against his budgetary track record. However, as the post that follows this will make fairly clear, the deficit iss…