Well sorta. If anyone still doubts that corporate owned mainstream media is conservative, even the coffin nails of Halloween election politics cannot keep the story of republican use of the stimulus buried. The mummy has been released and she sings the stimulus worked, and America is starting back to work. Now if we could only get conservatives to support America by buying American, supporting fair wages, and yes, I'll say it, shopping. Darn, things would look much better. (But don't expect MSM to admit outsourcing's impact on jobs, we know who they are and who owns them.) "Sen. Christopher S. Bond regularly railed against President Obama's economic stimulus plan as irresponsible spending that would drive up the national debt. But behind the scenes, the Missouri Republican quietly sought more than $50 million from a federal agency for two projects in his state. Mr. Bond was not alone. More than a dozen Republican lawmakers, while denouncing the stimulus to the media and their constituents, privately sent letters to just one of the federal government's many agencies seeking stimulus money for home-state pork projects."(1) "Today marks the one year anniversary of President Obama signing into law the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, better known as the stimulus. As the economy continued to crater after President Bush left office, Obama’s stimulus sought to provide tax cuts for 95% of working Americans, funds to buoy cash-strapped state governments, new construction and infrastructure projects, and other programs to create jobs, retrain workers, and promote economic activity throughout the country. In December, the Congressional Budget Office reported that the stimulus had successfully created up to 1.6 million jobs, and today, a report shows the Recovery Act will ultimately create 2.5 million jobs. Even the conservative American Enterprise Institute found that the stimulus had boosted the U.S. economy by 4 percent." Dems To Celebrate Stimulus Anniversary By Slamming GOP Hypocrisy On Bragging About The Cash They Opposed | TPMDC ThinkProgress REPORT: After Voting To Kill Recovery, 110 GOP Lawmakers Tout Its Success, Ask For More Money (1) Stimulus foes see value in seeking cash - Washington Times Another story you won't hear in conservative Mainstream media.