Obama's had 3 chances to stimulate the economy, all failed. Why should he get another $447 Billion?

At what point do we wake up and realize he has NO idea of what he is doing? I'm tired of hearing "just give him a chance". This is way beyond a community organizer's pay-grade. Simply throwing money at his union friends won't fix this economy, and since he has NO plan to do anything that would actually help (goes against everything he stands for), wouldn't it be better for him to just get out of the way?

Asked By: Bulk Vanderhuge - 9/10/2011
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Pope Bean writes: "Economists say the stimulus worked and averted a much deeper crisis... More
Answered By: bmovies60 - 9/10/2011
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I'm tired of listening to conservatives WHINING. Better to take action and do something positive instead of CRYING DOOM all the time. The right just want the world to go back to the way is was (in their mind). And that will never happen.
Answered By: Rico - 9/10/2011
Building stuff won't create jobs? It did in Canada. Lots of jobs.
Answered By: Canadian Student - 9/10/2011
Fine, fine, we won't cut payroll and small business taxes. Have it your way.
Answered By: Lenny The Strawman - 9/10/2011
Economists say the stimulus worked and averted a much deeper crisis. But of course, you know better than them.
Answered By: Pope Bean - 9/10/2011
Some of us woke up a long time ago.
Answered By: TheOnlyBeldin - 9/10/2011
I wouldn't give him another 4.47! You cannot spend your way out of debt. That is as simple as it can be explained.
Answered By: Bev - 9/10/2011
Answered By: FeedTheHungry - 9/10/2011
Well, S&P said that the US could get another downgrade... Probably they did expect this kind of reaction from Obama... More
Answered By: BadWolf63 - 9/10/2011
the Bush tax cuts have had TEN YEARS to stimulate the economy, and they have failed miserably, tragically, ridiculously, dangerously... so why should they stay in place for one more nanosecond?
Answered By: Bluemax lll - 9/10/2011
Definition - INSANITY: doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.
Answered By: GEORGE B - 9/10/2011
You can try a million times. if they are not used as intended it won't work.
Answered By: Sugar - 9/10/2011
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