The alleged "Recovery Monitoring" web site is now active. There is a place to leave your "recovery" story via comments. I left a comment but may never see the light of day because I made mention of that evil and despicable Constitution. Here is the screen shot of my comment. I left my personal data off just for the libtard, troll Czarbie Goons.
Go ahead over there and leave your comments. Perhaps this is the only way the Czarbie will get word of the coming Revolution to Take Our Country Back.
Another comment I left at the USA dot Gov site:
From the Obama Goon Troofer Squad web site named USA.gov.
U.S. Financial Crisis: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
The United States is in the midst of a serious financial crisis. You can read full text of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 on the Thomas website from the Library of Congress. This Act lays out a plan to address the crisis through unemployment and welfare expansions, tax cuts, and investments in infrastructure, healthcare, education and energy. It was passed by the House of Representatives on January 28, 2009, and by the Senate on February 10. On February 11, a conference committee (composed of members of the U.S. Congress) resolved the differences between the House and Senate versions of the Act. The Act in its present form was voted on and passed by the House and Senate on February 13, and was presented to the President to sign into law. President Barack Obama signed the Act into law on February 17.
Some of the goals of the Act are to:
- Create 3 to 4 million jobs over the next two years.
- Computerize every citizen's medical records in five years.
- Double renewable energy generating capacity over three years.
- Provide healthcare coverage for nearly 8.5 million Americans.
- Enhance the security of 90 major ports.
- Increase food stamp benefits for over 30 million Americans.
The Act provides $787 billion in funding for federal programs, and will increase or extend certain benefits, such as Medicaid and unemployment. The Act also reduces individual and corporate income taxes and makes a variety of other changes to tax laws. To see how and where the funds will be spent, please visit Recovery.gov's Where is Your Money Going chart.
Recovery.gov is a website that lets you, the taxpayer, figure out where the money from the Act is going. Within days after the signing of the legislation, federal agencies will start distributing funds, and you will be able to see which states, congressional districts, and federal contractors are receiving them.
For more information about Recovery.gov and/or the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, please visit their Frequently Asked Questions web page.
To comment on or ask a question about Recovery.gov, please use their Contact Us form. The question or message will be referred to the best person to handle the matter, and they will respond as quickly as possible.