When Franklin D. Roosevelt took office in 1933, the public debt was almost $20
billion, ... During its first term, the Roosevelt administration ran large annual
deficits of ... a high of 49.5% of GD...
Feb 3, 2008 ... This chart, based on historical figures from the nonpartisan Congressional
Budget Office, shows the total deficit or surplus for each fiscal year ...
Oct 24, 2014 ... Compared to the US economy, the national debt is smaller than it was ... Bush I
tried and failed to undo the Voodoo, and Bush II reinstated it after Clinton. ... They
go like this: When Reagan took office the debt was $1 trillion.
The figure shows the Clinton deficit baseline. What changed this bleak outlook?
... 1998, 210, +60. * Congressional Budget Office forecast, April 1995.
Jan 8, 2013 ... CHART: How The Clinton Surpluses Turned Into More Than $6 Trillion .... The
reason Mr. Clinton had a “surplus” is because his administration took the surplus
... Mr. Obama's been in office the last 4 years and he and his ...
Oct 15, 2012 ... clinton with a republican congress got deficit down to zero but left 5 trillion in debt
read a book ask your mother go to school quit staring at faded ...
Feb 20, 2013 ... Yet a decade ago, deficit spending was barely an issue and there were few ...
manageable 56 percent of GDP—when Clinton left office in 2001.
Jan 22, 2015 ... For example, President Bush took office in January 2001. ... Until then, he had to
live with President Clinton's last budget (FY 2001), which lasted ... However,
there's a difference between the deficit and the debt by President.
The growing deficits started in the year of the last Clinton budget, not in the first
year ... Keep in mind that President Bush took office in January 2001 and his first
Bush Deficit Reduction Act of 1991 -- President Bush and Democrats came to a
deal ... By the time President Clinton assumed the office, he inherited a trajectory