Where is the evidence that spending $1 trillion created jobs?

The Labor Department says that overall, we've lost 2 million jobs since Jan 2009, and the labor force itself has shrunk and lost more. Sorry, liberals, but 80% of Americans can do math, and numbers don't lie. Relying on people to be stupid enough to ignore the numbers and vote for "hope and change" just won't work again.

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The stimulus, consisted of $288 billion in tax breaks to individuals and businesses... More
Answered By: Mr Wolf (blocked by right-wing cowards) - 8/24/2011
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In the 9.2% unemployment number.. oh wait...
Answered By: TEA PARTY PATRIOTS UNITE - 8/24/2011
Everything required labour and if 1 trillion is spent buying something, jobs must be created. Cannot be hoarded, unlike tax cuts.
Answered By: Canadian Student - 8/24/2011
There is none. Fewer people are employed now than when Obama took office.
Answered By: jaker - 8/24/2011
It's right there, next to the proof that cutting taxes on the rich creates jobs.
Answered By: Sam Blan - 8/24/2011
The evidence is there, but it doesn't show that we created jobs.
Answered By: So Say We All - 8/24/2011
China, India, Brazil July 27, 2011. Beijing. Workers are celebrating in the streets and thanking America’s Jobs Czar for moving so many high-paying, high tech jobs to their communities today.
Answered By: Sean - 8/24/2011 More
Answered By: Joe Cool - 8/24/2011
It wasn't to create jobs. That is what the political sloganeers told you, so you would shut up and stop asking them questions about economics... More
Answered By: Guru Hank - 8/24/2011
Anytime the government dumps money into the economy, it creates jobs and those paychecks encourage business. If the money was not spent things would have been a lot worse. At least this money is being circulated in America and not wasted in Iraq.
Answered By: Older is Better - 8/24/2011
Look o the website of the GAO (General Accounting Office) for the evidence... More
Answered By: Hobbit - 8/24/2011
good job mr. wolf. all those facts, figures, statistics and quotes and unemployment is still over 9%. we're better off than i thought we were. thanks.
Answered By: rwb13 - 8/24/2011
First off, I must point out that the $1 trillion is a right wing lie. The Stimulus package was $750 billion and 40% of that was in the form of tax breaks, making the stimulus package a half trillion dollar program. The evidence is that we were LOSING almost 800,,000 jobs a month and the rate was increasing rapidly when... More
Answered By: bob - 8/24/2011
darn straight!!!!!
Answered By: liberals are moronicvoters - 8/24/2011
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