WHycome we know the stimulus worked you ask. Well we know on account of ANAYALSIS from STUDIE"S you jacass. STudie's from SMART people like Yggie
Which is how without further adieu here's a good blo
g post were Yggie show's a GRAPH (yes thats right dhingers ever try using graphs?).
Basically, it's a graph of how many jobs the Stimulus made in the future:
So you see, thats the answer to the question Did the Stimulus make jobs. Answer yes- in the future. Case closed. Tahts basically all the argument you need against someone who questions whether the Stimulus made jobs. It totally did (just look at that graph).
Where did Yggie get this he got it from Macroeconomic Advisor's. Thats how you know its solid right there. At first I was like skeptical. But then when I heard it was from Macroneconomic Advisors. Well I mean how can you argue with that. (Are you
a Macroeconomic Advisor? Thought not). Furthermore, as Yggie points out, "all private sector forecasters" agree with it. ALL of them. Take the set of all Private Sector Forecasters. (i.e. People with the job title Private Sector Forecaster). ALL of the members of that set agree with the above graph, as far as Yggie can tell. Now thats what I call a impressive number/finding.
But Reputzi's(stupid/Palin) squint there eyes the don't understand the graph. To hard I guess. Ya I suppose if i was form like Alaska or Kansas me too would be it's hard to understand. So let me go over it slowly for the leiperson.
First, what Macroeconomic Advisors did (using study's/analysises/data/formula's) is, they figured out the baseline
number of jobs that's going to exist in the future. That's, like, if there wasn't of been a Stimulus. How many jobs would there of been (in the future). So thats a basic starting point. Now this is a hypothetical concept because its counterfactual. So you can to calcalate it. But so that's what they did first, is calculated that number basicelly. Just the baseline
Second (step 2), once they got hte baseline
(which was probalby the easy part) is then they just calculated how many jobs there's really
going to be in the future. Like in 2011 and 2012 and 2013 and so on. They got that number (from calculations.). With data.
Then they substracted them together and put it in a graph
. That's basically a nutshell how they did it. Meaning that the Stimulus made those extra jobs (in the future). It's right there in the graph. Like if you want to know how many jobs the Stimulus made in 2011? You find 2011 on the x-axis
. Then you take you're straightedge and perpendicularly aligned it with 2011 and find were it crosses the graph. Mark that with your felt tip. Then look across to the y-axis
. That's how you can figure out how many jobs the Stimulus made in 2011. I get something above 2.4 millions which is a IMPRESSIVE NUMBER INDEED of jobs to have made. In the future.
See dhingers this is waht science is totallaly like. Maybe you should try it sometime guess not oh well have fun with yr tea bag's RFLO.
UPDATE: But its solemnly humbling when you thing about it. Just think. Because of the Stimulus, as we speak there's nearly 2.6 millions
peoples who now can fell secure that they will have jobs that they weren't going to have without the Stimulus. (In around 2011-2012). Those people can sleep easy at night and have the Stimulus to thank. Because of teh graph.