One of the first challenges facing President O’Boyfriend is to gain swift congressional approval for his stimulus package, which should come as no surprise is a much larger and satisfying stimulus package than that of George Bush.
Barack’s penetrative plan is to create jobs with the injection of $90 billion toward infrastructure spending, and $54 billion to renewable source energy production.
The breadth of his stimulus package also includes an appropriation of $87 billion in medical care for low-income individuals, and $79 billion toward education to prevent the pending cutbacks in schools and colleges.
And lastly the depth of Barack’s stimulus package includes a $500 tax credit to workers.
Critics of his stimulus package question its sustainability over time. But Bossy thinks Barack’s stimulus package will arouse confidence, which will spill over into other areas of the economy — proving itself not only durable, but strongly capable of a desirable outcome.