Just a few short months ago, when only ten percent of the Generational Theft Act (Stimulus) money had been spent, the administration proclaimed that the stimulus was working and the recession was over. In fact, in June of this year, Joe Biden went so far as to say that the stimulus worked "better than we expected."
I guess, the administration wants you to forget those "good old days" of the end of the recession.
Today, at his "jobs summit" (which included no groups of people that actually create jobs), Obama bemoaned that we are in a "weak recovery" and that the stimulus "hasn't worked as well as we expected."
The administration is using the lack of progress in the economic recovery to (again) push for a second stimulus . . . I mean to push for a "jobs creation" bill, that would spend billions more dollars on everything except actually creating jobs.