House Resolution 1: HR1: The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 Posted Online
Web Resources on Federal Spending and Initiatives to restore economic prosperity:
MAR 2009: The Stimulus Bill : Direct Spending (360B) of $ 800 Billion
Bipartisan Common Sense Stimulus Requirements:
Move the economy from contraction back to increasing prosperity at the highest likelihood of success with the lowest risk of failure.
Achieve the most progress in our institutions as possible, subordiante to achieving recovery.
Executive Branch Economic Recovery Programs:
TARP (700 Billion Program inherited from previous administration more than half spent.
Obama Administration programs,
including House and Senate sponsored legislation supported by the Obama administration:
HR1 : "$800 Billion" Stimulus Bill
Vice Presidents Task Force On the Middle Class
Treasury Secretary Gaithner: Foreclosure relief and business lending.
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Barack Obama has entered office on a very strong wave of public opinion His campaign promises should be studied and given deference to if the cost does not outweigh the benefit. His overall attempt to unify the country in moving out of a depression into prosperity should be given the most serious deference and consideration. If we can agree that the U.S. economy is in danger. A strong leader governing from the center can be very important as this is an issue of confidence more than anything else.
Accuracy of information:
I assembled this data from Federal Government Sites, readthestimulus.org and maintain this data is entirely Accurate. Additionally I found 1 other party attempting to get the info into a detailed spreadsheet - I sampled his figures against the government figures and those samples were all 100% accurate. W. Alexander Hagen February 4, 2009
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?- What is the greatest Danger in making this decision ?
Our Federal Credit will be too weakened to allow us to try again at the same odds
We miss the historic opportunity to transform our society positively seeking only short term return to comfort
We distort our industries by having government choose the winners
Obama himself loses his vision in the management of the problem
We fall to arguing and are unity is weakened
We take too long to act - not frontloaded or fast enough
Are not bold enough (2), Quick Enough (6) or United enough (5)
We let beaureucracts instead of us - the customers choose our priorites, which creates federal credit weakening (1) distorted industries (2)
We create incentives that are less effective than direct federal spending
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