Monday

Where's OUR Stimulus Money?

In 2009 the U.S. government passed a $787 billion stimulus plan. There is $700 billion left in the stimulus plan that has not yet been spent.

It’s a good idea for the government, instead of spending it, to give the remaining $700 billion back to the people. Here’s why …

There are 100 million households in the U.S. Doing the math, if the government gave the remaining $700 billion back to the people, YOU would get up to $7,000 … in cash.

Giving $7,000 to every household in America could be the quickest and best way to stimulate the economy. It could jumpstart consumer spending, which accounts for two-thirds of the total U.S. economy. It could create lots of new jobs, could raise more tax revenue for the government (more jobs, more income tax revenue for the government), and could be one of the smartest things, economically and politically, that Washington ever did for the American people!

Instead of the government spending the $700 billion, giving $7,000 to very American household could also produce a much needed boost in popularity for Obama, Congress could get a much needed boost in its favorability rating, and the Democratic Party could reaffirm and strengthen its current political power, both locally and nationally, and Democrats could avoid being voted out of power in the 2010 and 2012 elections.

President Obama and Congress should give the remaining $700 billion in the stimulus bill back to the people. The government should give every household in America $7,000. A good idea? A smart move? Oh, yes!

Would YOU like $7,000 in free cash?

What would YOU do with $7,000 in free cash?

How can you get your free $7,000 from the government? You’ll have to call or email your congressional representatives, and maybe the White House, and convince them to give the remaining stimulus money back to the people. But hurry, before they spend it all.




Not so funny, is it? What about us? Where's OUR stimulus money?