Obama's stimulus plan was designed by what specific groups or cultures?

Obama's stimulus plan was designed by what specific groups or cultures?

hellocould you please tell me what specific groups and cultures designed the Obama stimulus plan?thank you.


Obama shares the views and donors of the leadership in the Democrat Party. I'm listing some pieces of the bill that were from an article I'll link to. I've added comments as to who likely influenced the item or who it is there to please.As always in politics, follow the money:- $50 million for the National Endowment for the Arts - Any number of liberal social causes & Hollywood in general- $380 million in the Senate bill for the Women, Infants and Children program - League of Women Voters, National Organization of Women- $300 million for grants to combat violence against women - League of Women Voters, National Organization of Women, NARAL- $2 billion for federal child-care block grants - Single Mothers- $6 billion for university building projects - University Presidents (ie Obama's friends from Harvard)- $15 billion for boosting Pell Grant college scholarships - Same as above & parents with kids in school- $4 billion for job-training programs, including $1.2 billion for “youths” up to the age of 24 - ACORN, NAACP, various other community groups- $1 billion for community-development block grants - ACORN- $4.2 billion for “neighborhood stabilization activities” - ACORN- $650 million for digital-TV coupons- $90 million to educate “vulnerable populations” - anyone who doesn't have cable or Satellite and thinks Television is some kind of federal entitlement- $15 billion for business-loss carry-backs - poor democrat attempt at making it look like they're helping businesses- $145 billion for “Making Work Pay” tax credits - essentially a welfare payment to people who work, but don't pay income taxes- $83 billion for the earned income credit - Low income people who do pay income taxesAll of the following boil down to global warming alarmist groups and government insiders grabbing what they can- $150 million for the Smithsonian- $34 million to renovate the Department of Commerce headquarters- $500 million for improvement projects for National Institutes of Health facilities- $44 million for repairs to Department of Agriculture headquarters- $350 million for Agriculture Department computers- $88 million to help move the Public Health Service into a new building- $448 million for constructing a new Homeland Security Department headquarters- $600 million to convert the federal auto fleet to hybrids- $450 million for NASA (carve-out for “climate-research missions”)- $600 million for NOAA (carve-out for “climate modeling”)- $1 billion for the Census Bureau - So that Obama can pinpoint his campaign efforts in 2012$89 billion for Medicaid - senior citizens$30 billion for COBRA insurance extension - unemployed$36 billion for expanded unemployment benefits - unemployed$20 billion for food stamps - welfare recipients - essentially removing caps created by the Personal Responsibility Act of 1996Specifically designated pork projects:- $4.5 billion for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers- $850 million for Amtrak- $87 million for a polar icebreaking ship- $1.7 billion for the National Park System- $55 million for Historic Preservation Fund- $7.6 billion for “rural community advancement programs”- $150 million for agricultural-commodity purchases- $150 million for “producers of livestock, honeybees, and farm-raised fish”More environmentalist pork to keep the global warming alarmists happy:- $2 billion for renewable-energy research ($400 million for global-warming research)- $2 billion for a “clean coal” power plant in Illinois- $6.2 billion for the Weatherization Assistance Program- $3.5 billion for energy-efficiency and conservation block grants- $3.4 billion for the State Energy Program- $200 million for state and local electric-transport projects- $300 million for energy-efficient-appliance rebate programs- $400 million for hybrid cars for state and local governments- $1 billion for the manufacturing of advanced batteries- $1.5 billion for green-technology loan guarantees- $8 billion for innovative-technology loan-guarantee program- $2.4 billion for carbon-capture demonstration projects- $4.5 billion for electricity gridBailing out states' irresponsible spending- $79 billion for State Fiscal Stabilization FundBeyond these are the typical Democrat supporters like the trade unions and teacher's unions, and George Soros (who contributes so much to the party that he pretty much owns it).Even worse, it essentially eliminates the caps on welfare money states receive that were enacted as part of the Welfare Reform bill of 1996. After the bill was passed and signed by Bill Clinton in 1996, states were not allocated more than a certain amount of money for their welfare roles. The reform created an incentive for the states to reduce the welfare roles by requiring people to find work. It also removed the incentive to just have more kids to get more money.This bill removes the cap on money allocated to states. It will promote the kind of social decay that inner cities have suffered from for decades. However, it will "stimulate" a new generation of dependents on the government and a new generation of voters for the Democrat Party.Source(s):http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=Yjc…


His advisors played a small part. Members of Congress and their earmarks (aka Pork Barrel spending) come first.


They drew information from anyone who had nothing to do with the Bush administration.


The Democrat National Committee is all you need to know. Oh, and their supporters. ie- ACORN


Liberal socialists headed up by Nancy Pelosi.


I think he received input from all groups..This isn't just one cultures or group...THIS IS A AMERICAN PROBLEM


http://onlineweb.has.itA very informative website you can also get much information in website


He got advice from the chimpanzee who nearly killed that woman.


i believe a lot of groups and cultures were involved in that, like the entire house and senate along with obama himself and any advisors that helped him



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