I wish dems would go back to their Jacksonian roots instead of celebrating the Clinton bubble economy. Granted, Dubya was terrible for the US economy. Quantifiably worse than any president before him if we just use debt as a measurement. But here's a hard thing that needs saying; Barry is screwing up the economy even more than Bush managed to. The 'stimulus' packages are market sedatives and only cause more unsustainable malinvestments.
There hasn't been a US president who grasped economics since Warren G. Harding who took you out of the 1920-1921 depression. But since he was a republican it's probably hard for you to embrace that. So let's point our fingers at some bipartisan enemies instead, like Greenspan and Bernanke. Also, it might be fun to note that no paper currency experiment in history survived for more than 42 years, we're coming up on 40 now.