Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Stimulus At Work, Jobs Created in Non-Existent Places

I must tip my hat and congratulate this administration. They've done what no conservative would have been able to do.

A few weeks ago, they created more jobs than even existed in a number of school districts. Districts reported that the Generational Theft Act of 2009 "saved" five-, six- or seven-hundred jobs in districts that only employed two or three hundred people. Miraculous!

Now, they've gone a step further. The Washington Times in this article is reporting that the stimulus has now created jobs in school districts that don't exist and has created school districts in Congressional districts that don't exist.

Who would have thought.

Of course, some of this is explained away by reporting errors, but given the thousands of reporting errors that would have to be made, and the tens of thousands of jobs (if not hundreds of thousands), a couple of questions have to be asked:

First, is the administration making some of these "errors" intentionally to inflate the numbers? (I don't think there's any question but what that is taking place.)

Second, is some of the Stimulus money (perhaps hundreds of millions of dollars) being diverted? While there is no evidence, given the false reporting going on, I strongly suspect that stimulus dollars are ending up in the pockets of Timothy "Turbo Tax" Geithner, Kathleen Sebelius, and some of the other Administration officials that have a tendency to "hide" large chunks of income in order to not have to pay taxes on it. What better place to hide it?


The Cookie Blog November 17, 2009 at 7:29 PM  

This is what you get from a desperate, weak and pathetic White House. Joe Wilson was so right on when he said "You Lie"

Chuck November 17, 2009 at 8:53 PM  

He's amazing. They have created jobs in places that don't even exist

Libertarian Advocate November 17, 2009 at 11:16 PM  

These Demoncrats really are a risable lot. See my post on this story here:


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