Ever since the election of President Bush, the conservative American newspapers have been lying to their readers. These fiscal conservative papers have had to swallow the election of a president that has never vetoed a spending bill. He has taken a 200 billion dollar surplus to a deficit of 6.6% percent of GDP, as stated by a Financial Times Editorial on November 28, 2006: "America's current account deficit is now running at about 7 per cent of gross domestic product. The truth is that the National Debt has continued to increase an average of $1.93 billion per day since September 30, 2005." So, their only way to support the president is to lie.
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