The Facts About The Growth Of Spending Under Obama

currentDate:10/18/13 8:0 EDT! allowComments:false! displayComments:true! The facts about the growth of spending under Obama Posted by Glenn Kessler at 06:02 AM ET, 05/25/2012 TheWashingtonPost (Carolyn Kaster/AP) I simply make the point, as an editor might say, to check it out; do not buy into the BS that you hear about spending and fiscal constraint with regard to this administration.I think doing so is a sign of sloth and laziness. White House spokesman Jay Carney, remarks to the press gaggle , May 23, 2012 The spokesmans words caught our attention because here at The Fact Checker we try to root out BS wherever it occurs. Carney made his comments while berating reporters for not realizing that the rate of spending federal spending increase is lower under President Obama than all of his predecessors since Dwight Eisenhower, including all of his Republican predecessors. He cited as his source an article by Rex Nutting, of MarketWatch, titled, Obama spending binge never happened, which has been the subject of lots of buzz in the liberal blogosphere. But we are talking about the federal budget here. That means lots of numbers numbers that are easily manipulated.
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