Second term. Campaign · 1996 · 2nd inauguration · Operation Infinite Reach ·
Bombing of ... Clinton assumed office following the tail end of a recession, and
the .... Thi...
Feb 3, 2008 ... Clinton's large budget surpluses also owe much to the Social Security tax on ...
Congressional Budget Office, "Historical Budget Data," undated, ...
Yet today's surplus is, in part, a byproduct of the GOP's single-minded crusade to
end 30 years of red ink. ... It was Bill Clinton who, during the big budget fight in
1995, had to submit not one, not ... Leaving all of that extra money lying around
within the grasp of vote-buying ... Congressional Budget Office forecast, April ...
Jan 8, 2013 ... CHART: How The Clinton Surpluses Turned Into More Than $6 Trillion Worth Of
Deficits .... The reason Mr. Clinton had a “surplus” is because his administration
took the ... I can kind of understand your point; however, Bush's deficits weren't
this big. Mr. Obama's been in office the last 4 years and he and his...
TL;DR -- Decreasing rate of spending increases, increased revenues through
higher marginal ... By the time President Clinton assumed the office, he inherited
a trajectory from ... From the early 80s to 2000, US had a long economic boom -
just briefly disrupted by a short recession in early 90s related to the gulf war.
Feb 20, 2013 ... "Go big or go home," budget guru and former Republican Senator Alan ...
manageable 56 percent of GDP—when Clinton left office in 2001. During the last
three years of Clinton's presidency, the government even ran a surplus, taking in
more ... Clinton, during his eight years in office, championed dozens of ...
Jun 2, 2011 ... $11-plus trillion debt when George Bush left office." ... Steny Hoyer says George
W. Bush inherited $5.6 trillion surplus from Bill Clinton.
Sep 5, 2012 ... The claim is generally made that Clinton had a surplus of $69 billion in ... Keep in
mind that President Bush took office in January 2001 and his ...
Feb 3, 2010 ... Democrat Bill Clinton was president in 1998, when the government finally ...
There also were budget surpluses in 1999, 2000 and in 2001.
President Clinton today projected that the United States will have a $1.9 trillion
budget surplus over the next decade. He said the increase in the expected ...