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** [http://web.archive.org/web/20070202004154/http://www.publicdebt.treas.gov/opd/opd.htm earlier incarnation] of that information  
 
** [http://web.archive.org/web/20070202004154/http://www.publicdebt.treas.gov/opd/opd.htm earlier incarnation] of that information  
 
===To Be Filed===
 
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* '''2008-07-20''' [http://www.geldpress.com/2008/07/us-budget-reporting-deception/ The United States Has Not Had A Balanced Budget Since 1957!] explains how the claims of a surplus for Clinton are actually derived by leaving out part of the debt.
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* '''2013-10-20''' [http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2013/oct/22/tom-colicchio/celebrated-chef-tom-colicchio-tweets-relatively-li/ Celebrated chef Tom Colicchio tweets that relatively little debt accumulated under Barack Obama]: FALSE
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* '''2013-07-24''' [http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2013/jul/25/barack-obama/obama-says-deficit-falling-fastest-rate-60-years/ Obama says deficit is falling at the fastest rate in 60 years]: TRUE
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* '''2008-07-20''' [https://web.archive.org/web/20130503214949/http://www.geldpress.com/2008/07/us-budget-reporting-deception The United States Has Not Had A Balanced Budget Since 1957!] (archived) explains how the claims of a surplus for Clinton are actually derived by leaving out part of the debt.
 
* [http://www.sideshow.connectfree.co.uk/JustForTheRecord.htm Just For the Record] by Dwight Meredith: multiple comparisons across [[John F. Kennedy|Kennedy]]/[[Lyndon B. Johnson|Johnson]], [[Richard M. Nixon|Nixon]]/[[Gerald R. Ford|Ford]], [[Jimmy Carter|Carter]], [[Ronald Reagan|Reagan]], [[George H.W. Bush|Bush I]], and [[Bill Clinton|Clinton]] administrations. Summary (all figures are in 1996 dollars):
 
* [http://www.sideshow.connectfree.co.uk/JustForTheRecord.htm Just For the Record] by Dwight Meredith: multiple comparisons across [[John F. Kennedy|Kennedy]]/[[Lyndon B. Johnson|Johnson]], [[Richard M. Nixon|Nixon]]/[[Gerald R. Ford|Ford]], [[Jimmy Carter|Carter]], [[Ronald Reagan|Reagan]], [[George H.W. Bush|Bush I]], and [[Bill Clinton|Clinton]] administrations. Summary (all figures are in 1996 dollars):
 
** Republican presidents increased the national debt by $3.8 trillion, with an average annual deficit of $190 billion.
 
** Republican presidents increased the national debt by $3.8 trillion, with an average annual deficit of $190 billion.

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