Obama Stimulus Creates Jobs in Non-Existent Congressional Districts; Example, Puerto Rico Stimulated into 456 jobs in PR districts that do not exist

Reporting Propaganda
at RECOVERY.GOV
on jobs created
by state/district.

Below is an example for Puerto Rico (PR) showing 9 congressional districts when there is only 1 district and shows 456 jobs in 8 non-existent districts… this is the tip of the iceberg… just one state as an example…

http://www.recovery.gov/Pages/TextView.aspx?data=stateSummaryAllCD&statecode=PR

A Snap-Shot before Socialists Can Scrub It

(Double Click Graphic above to see it in full Size)

If The Obama Administration keeps inventing Congressional Districts in which it creates Jobs, we are going to need a bigger capital building.

This Example of Puerto Rico, which has only ONE CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, is but a single Example of many fictitious congressional districts in numerous states…

Check your state before the Socialists Scrub th RECOVERY.GOV website and capture the reporting fraud. Hint: Click on the Browser showing your state and do an Alt –  Prnt Scrn key combination. On many keyboards the Prnt Scrn key is above the F10 key.

Now… Open MS Paint (Start Menu -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Paint)

Use the Edit Menu  -> Paste to see your window snapshot. You can save it to a file… just give it a name and pick .JPG as the file type.

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19 Responses to Obama Stimulus Creates Jobs in Non-Existent Congressional Districts; Example, Puerto Rico Stimulated into 456 jobs in PR districts that do not exist

  1. tellitlikeitis says:

    It’s not over till it’s over.

    Hoffman ‘unconcedes’ in N.Y.-23 House race
    By Jordan Fabian – 11/16/09 06:34 PM ET

    Conservative Party candidate Doug Hoffman has “unconceded” in New York’s special House election after reports that the vote margin narrowed between him and Rep. Bill Owens (D).

    Hoffman conceded the race on Election Night after learning he trailed Owens by 5,335 votes. But the Syracuse Post-Standard reported last week that the margin had shrunk to 3,026 votes after recanvassing.

    Hoffman appeared on conservative commenatator Glenn Beck’s radio show this afternoon. Beck asked the him if he would “unconcede.”

    “Yes, if I knew this information at the election night, I would not have conceded,” Hoffman said. Beck asked him again if he was “unconceding” and Hoffman replied, “If that’s possible, yes.”

    Officials in the upstate New York district are still counting over 10,000 absentee ballots, which also had Republican nominee Dede Scozzafava’s name on them. Scozzafava dropped out of the race three days before Election Day, citing poor fundraising and polling returns. She subsequently backed Owens.

    Owens was sworn into Congress on Nov. 6, just before House Democrats voted on the healthcare reform. Should Hoffman come away with more votes, a highly unlikely possibility, Owens would have to be removed from office, according to the House clerk.

    Hoffman would have to take over 65 percent of the absentee ballots in order to eclipse Owens. In the interview, Hoffman admitted his victory would be a “long shot.”

    http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/67997-hoffman-unconcedes-in-ny-23

  2. tellitlikeitis says:

    Major Garrett Among White House Correspondents to Interview Pres. Obama Today

    By Chris Ariens on Nov 17, 2009 07:49 AMIt’s official. Fox News’ Major Garrett will interview Pres. Obama at 9:20pmET tonight. He tweets:

    I will interview POTUS on camera Wed am here in Beijing. 4 other networks will too. 10 mins per. Many had asked. Can say now.

  3. tellitlikeitis says:

    Here’s one for you Foxwood.

  4. VotingFemale says:

    I think Samiam is right… we need a Men’s Room on the blog lol

    guys? what say you?

  5. tellitlikeitis says:

    Sorry VF, Just trying to inject a little humor from time to time. lol

  6. AFVET says:

    VF, I hope I didn’t lose track of this thread, but I think that if this is allowed to continue into the next election cycle, ACORN will have a field day.
    Also, congressional members will salivate at the tremendous opportunities that will be presented to them.
    Corruption on a massive scale right before our eyes.

  7. samiam60 says:

    Good Afternoon my fellow Patriots.

    I am late this day but had much to do this morning.

    I have a new name for our Beloved President.

    After watching is narrow Arse bow down before the Commies over there I realized what a Geek Obama really is. Think about it? He is a Geek.

    I shall now refer to his Hindass as the:

    Are you all ready for this one? Hmmmmmmm?

  8. samiam60 says:

    The Geeker in Chief 🙂

    Taaaaaaa Daaaaaaa!

  9. samiam60 says:

    I am hearing reports that the Geeker in Chief may have had a Teleprompter mini version install on his Headboard. Just a rumor as far as I know.

  10. samiam60 says:

    ALL HAIL THE “GEEKER IN CHIEF”

  11. samiam60 says:

    Critics See Health Care Rationing Behind New Mammography Recommendations

  12. samiam60 says:

    Some lawmakers on Capitol Hill are blasting new guidelines from a government task force that recommends against routine mammograms for women under 50, questioning whether they are tantamount to health care “rationing” in the fight against the No. 2 cancer killer in U.S. women.

  13. samiam60 says:

    Some lawmakers on Capitol Hill are blasting new guidelines from a government task force that recommends against routine mammograms for women under 50, questioning whether they are tantamount to health care “rationing” in the fight against the No. 2 cancer killer in U.S. women.

    “I absolutely believe this could be a form of rationing,” said Rep. Phil Gingrey, R-Ga, a practicing obstetrician and gynecologist for 26 years. “It scares me.”

    Gingrey told FoxNews.com on Tuesday that he and other lawmakers are gravely concerned that insurance companies will seize upon the new guidelines to deny mammogram coverage for women under 50.

    “Early detection is hugely important,” Gingrey said, noting that breast self-exams are critical in looking for cancerous tissue masses.

    The new government recommendations, released Monday by the Preventive Services Task Force of the Department of Health and Human Services, recommend against regular mammography tests in women aged 40 to 49. The guidelines also downplay the effectiveness of self-examinations and advise that women aged 50 to 74 years receive mammograms every other year.

    The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, a government panel of doctors and scientists, concluded that such early and frequent screenings often lead to false alarms and unneeded biopsies without substantially improving women’s odds of survival.

    “The benefits are less and the harms are greater when screening starts in the 40s,” said Dr. Diana Petitti, vice chairwoman of the panel.

    Dr. Eric Braverman, a clinical assistant professor of integrative medicine at Cornell Weill Medical College in New York, also backs the guidelines, arguing that mammographies are not nearly as effective in detection as some other tests, like MRI’s and ultrasounds.

    “I’m not impressed by mammograms in general,” said Braverman, who called manual examinations a “total failure.”

    “I support the new guidelines because I think it will lead to better testing. [The ultrasound] is a better screening procedure that’s safer and easier and picks up things fast,” he said, adding that he thinks women should receive ultrasounds as part of their routine medical exams, beginning at an early age.

    But critics of the new rules say ignoring the health risk is not worth it. Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths among women and the seventh leading cause of death overall for women.

    “For every seven to 10 women that are being overdiagnosed or overtreated, we’re saving one woman’s life and I think for me that’s worth it,” said Dr. Cynara Commer, a professor of surgery at Mt. Sinai’s Surgical Oncology Department in New York.

    “That’s worth finding that one cancer at early stage as opposed to late stage, and the argument that this is saving cost is sort of irrelevant because if we end up finding cancers at later stages, those women have to go much more aggressive treatment,” Commer added.

    Kathleen Lederer, 56 of Houston, Texas, first detected her breast cancer through a self-examination when she was 39-year-old. Lederer alerted her physician, who found after performing a mammography and biopsy that she had cancer.

    “I would be dead if I waited until 50,” Lederer told FoxNews.com, adding that she was “horrified” by the government’s latest guidelines.

    “Is this just a way to start cutting costs for government-run health care?” she asked.

    Rep. Bill Cassidy, R-La., said the new guidelines may discourage a number of women from seeking necessary preventive screening.

    “The concern is that many people are not complying now with what is currently recommended,” he said. “There is a potential that this is going to confuse women and make them less likely to be treated.

    “I prefer to think that this is just not a conspiracy to save costs,” Cassidy added.

    For most of the past two decades, the American Cancer Society has recommended annual mammograms beginning at 40, and it reiterated that position on Monday.

    “This is one screening test I recommend unequivocally, and would recommend to any woman 40 and over,” the society’s chief medical officer, Dr. Otis Brawley, said in a statement.

    Commer said she is very concerned that the new guidelines are the top of a slippery slope toward rationing, and questioned the timing as the Senate is about to vote on health care reforms that could end up containing a so-called public option.

    “The government-run insurance companies are definitely going to be using these federal guidelines as opposed to using the American Cancer Society guidelines, and the American Cancer Society is not going along with these guidelines, and we can only hope that the private insurance companies don’t follow suit,” she said.

    “I think it’s coming down to saving costs. I don’t think we should be doing that at the expense of women,” she added.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/11/17/critics-health-care-rationing-new-breast-cancer-screening-recommendations/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%253A+foxnews%252Flatest+%2528FOXNews.com+-+Latest+Headlines%2529

  14. samiam60 says:

    Congressman Blasts White House for Faulty Job Data on Government Web Site

    by

    The government Web site — Recovery.gov — is under fire for posting a number of jobs created in congressional districts that don’t exist and for accepting unrealistic data from several reporting outlets.

  15. samiam60 says:

    The Democratic chairman of the House Appropriations Committee is demanding greater accountability from the the Obama administration after gross inaccuracies were found on a government Web site that tracks jobs purportedly saved or created by the $787 billion stimulus plan.

    In a statement late Monday, Rep. David Obey of Wisconsin, chairman of the House committee, called the inaccuracies “outrageous” and said the administration owes the American public “a commitment to work night and day to correct the ludicrous mistakes.”

    “Credibility counts in government and stupid mistakes like this undermine it,” Obey said. “We designed the Recovery Act to be open and transparent and I expect the the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board, who oversees the recovery act Web site and data to have information that is accurate, reliable and understandable to the American public.”

    The site — Recovery.gov — is under fire for posting a number of jobs created in congressional districts that don’t exist and for accepting unrealistic data from several reporting outlets.

    For instance, the Web site reported that 30 jobs were saved or created with $761,420 of federal stimulus spending in Arizona’s 15th Congressional District. One problem with the claim — the state has only eight districts

    The site also lists 12 other non-existent districts in Arizona where jobs were reportedly saved or created. It also lists imaginary districts in at least three other states, including Oklahoma, Iowa, and Connecticut.

    One recipient of stimulus funds, Talladega County of Alabama, claimed that it had saved or created 5,000 jobs from only $42,000 in government money — which would amount to $8.40 in annual income per job if each position received an equal amount of funding.

    G. Edward DeSeve, Obama’s appointee to oversee the government’s federal stimulus program, acknowledged the mistakes and said the White House is reviewing all reports with a “fine tooth comb” and working to correct inaccuracies.

    In a blog posted to the White House Web site Monday, DeSeve said, “we fully agree with those who find the mistakes in the data frustrating — and we’ve been working with the Recovery Board to find the mistakes, and fix them.

    “Just because mistakes are inevitable in any new system — especially one this large, and this new — doesn’t mean they are acceptable.

    But DeSeve went on to downplay the impact of the mistakes, calling the inaccuracies “relatively few” and claiming they do not change the “fundamental conclusions one can draw from the data.”

    “Some of the mistakes are frustrating typos and coding errors that don’t undermine information at the heart of the data,” DeSeve wrote, adding that “transparency is going to be messy.”

    ABC News reported Monday that the White House slashed 60,000 jobs from its most recent report on the recovery program as a result of the faulty data.

    Officials with the Recovery Board reportedly told the network that the mistakes were caused by human error.

    “We report what the recipients submit to us,” Ed Pound, communications director for the board, told ABC.

    Meanwhile, groups like the NAACP and Hispanic advocacy group National Council of La Raza are expected to speak on Capitol Hill Tuesday to urge President Obama and Congress to pass a new jobs creation package aimed at minority communities. Unemployment among African Americans is at 15 percent, higher than the 10.2 percent nationwide.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/11/17/congressman-blasts-white-house-faulty-job-data-government-web-site-849363506/

  16. samiam60 says:

    The Democratic chairman of the House Appropriations Committee is demanding greater accountability from the the Obama administration after gross inaccuracies were found on a government Web site that tracks jobs purportedly saved or created by the $787 billion stimulus plan.

    In a statement late Monday, Rep. David Obey of Wisconsin, chairman of the House committee, called the inaccuracies “outrageous” and said the administration owes the American public “a commitment to work night and day to correct the ludicrous mistakes.”

  17. samiam60 says:

    In a statement late Monday, Rep. David Obey of Wisconsin, chairman of the House committee, called the inaccuracies “outrageous” and said the administration owes the American public “a commitment to work night and day to correct the ludicrous mistakes.

  18. samiam60 says:

    Hearing that Major Garret of Fox News will be interviewing the Geeker in Chief tonight around 9 to 10 PM.

    I could not confirm this just yet cause it came off of Twitter.

  19. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Samiam!

    please cross post your informative comments to this new blog post below…

    it is number 3 for the day!

    https://votingfemale.wordpress.com/2009/11/17/juan-williams-manties-in-a-twist-goes-postal-over-sarah-palin-star-power-hahaha/

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