How growth in jobs, in gross domestic product and in disposable income have fared during the Bush administration and those of his 10 most recent predecessors.


via WP



Economy Made Few Gains in Bush Years
Eight-Year Period Is Weakest in Decades
Neil Irwin and Dan Eggen
Washington Post, Monday, January 12, 2009; Page A01

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3 Responses to “Bush Econ: A Legacy of Little Growth”

  1. johnnyA says:

    what about ‘global’ jobs?

  2. Moss says:

    Well he did manage to create more billionaires and to skew the income gap more than any predecessor.

  3. Isaac says:

    Bears repeating:

    Worst President Ever.