President Clinton, the "tax-and-spend" Democrat, left office with a $122 billion surplus.
President Bush, the "conservative" Republican, is on track to leave office with a $10,000 billion debt. I say $10,000 billion because "$10 trillion" seems smaller than "$10,000,000,000,000" but is in fact the same number.
Or put another way: Clinton, +$122,000,000,000; Bush, (-$10,000,000,000,000).
More personally: Clinton left every American with $428.07 in Government surplus; Bush will leave each of us $33,000 in debt.
President Clinton had a Republican (i.e., hostile) Congress for 6 out of 8 years. President Bush has had a Republican (i.e., friendly) Congress for 6 out of 8 years.
So, tell me again, which party uses your money more responsibly? Are you better off than you were 4 years ago? Eight? Are you angry yet?
Polls open in 35 days and 4 hours.
 I used population figures of 295 million for 2000 and 305 million for 2008, which probably gives Dubya the benefit of the estimate.