Jumpin N' Jivin – Not Much Job Start’n
Here is a short list of articles from and about NH’s Democrat Representative Carol Shea-Porter chronicling some of the moonbat attempts to “JUMP-START (her favorite description) the American economy.
Notice the results? They are standard with liberal Democrats. Tax and Spend.
Let’s jumpstart the American dream
The celebrated promise of our country has always been that hard work would lead to good jobs, fair pay and a shot at the American dream. For many, though, that …
Friday, March 14, 2014 | By CONGRESSWOMAN CAROL SHEA-PORTER D-N.H.
Carol Shea-Porter: If the Car Won't Start, Maybe Slashing the Tires ...
Sep 1, 2013 - Carol's current column is titled Time for a Jump Start (hence our clever illustration); As always: I am reproducing her entire column here, lest I be ...
It’s about time for a jump start
Our economy has been slowly but steadily recovering. However, too many people still cannot find work, and most workers are experiencing flat wages, even though corporate profits are at an …
Friday, August 23, 2013 | By CAROL SHEA-PORTER U.S. Representative
Shea-Porter: Yes, the Stimulus Did Work
Sat, November 12, 2011
“I voted for that Stimulus because I wanted to do exactly that—stave off a rerun of the 1930’s. It is time for the political opposition to correct the record and let people know their government did do something good with the people’s money.”
DownWithTyranny!: A Guest Post From Carol Shea Porter (D-NH)
Oct 29, 2011 - The goal was to jumpstart the economy by saving and/or creating jobs and by increasing economic growth. There was money to keep state and ...
President Obama, January 8, 2009:
We start 2009 in the midst of a crisis unlike any we have seen in our lifetime… Nearly two million jobs have now been lost… Manufacturing has hit a twenty-eight year low. Many businesses cannot borrow or make payroll. Many families cannot pay their bills or their mortgage. Many workers are watching their life savings disappear. And many, many Americans are both anxious and uncertain of what the future will hold.
That is why I have moved quickly to work with my economic team and leaders of both parties on an American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan that will immediately jumpstart job creation and long-term growth.
On February 13, 2009, Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter cast her vote in favor of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
In May, 2010, the independent, bipartisan Congressional Budget Office reported on the results:
…the $800 billion economic stimulus package “has had a slightly bigger effect on the U.S. economy than was projected when it was passed more than a year ago.”
“Through the first quarter of 2010, the stimulus boosted employment by an estimated 1.3 million to 2.8 million jobs, about a quarter or half million more than projected. Gross domestic product was 1.7 to 4.1 percentage points higher than it would have been without the stimulus.”
A partial list of funds made possible by the passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and made available to New Hampshire residents follows below:
March 5, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces $13 million in Funding for New Hampshire Public Transportation
March 12, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces Nearly $50,000,000 Grant for Energy Efficiency Programs and Weatherization Fun
March 26, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces $1.6 Million in Grants for Clean Energy Projects
March 31, 2009: Congresswoman Shea-Porter Announces Middle-Class Tax Cut to Take Effect Tomorrow
April, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces $4.6 Million in Funding for Airport Infrastructure
April 9, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces More Than $320,000 For Emergency Food and Shelter Program
April 13, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces Nearly $10.5 Million for Unemployment Insurance Modernization Incentive Funds
April 14, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces Over $39 Million for Clean Water State Revolving Fund
April 15, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces Ottati-Goss Site to Receive Clean-Up Funds
May 6, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces that $250 Economic Payments to Go Out to Social Security Recipients Thursday
May 18, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces $127,500 Funding for Rural Community Facilities Projects
May 20, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces More than $2.5 Million in Funding for Portsmouth Passport Facility
June 2, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces More Than $8 Million for Affordable Housing Programs
June 12, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces Nearly $2 Million for UNH
June 13, 2009: $1,776,000 Federal grant stimulus dollars fueling Wildcat Transit
June 17, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces More Than $8 Million to Protect North Conway’s Sewer System
July 2, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces $500,000 for Winnicut River Fish Passage Restoration
July 22, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces $400,000 for Brownfield Sites Clean-Up
July 28, 2009: Shea-Porter Welcomes $5 Million in Grants to Hire and Rehire Local Law Enforcement Officers
July 31, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces More than $550,000 for Dislocated Workers
September 1, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces Over $2 Million in DOJ Grants
September 11, 2009: UNH Crimes Against Children Research Center receives more than $1.8m in grants
September 23, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces More Than $1.6 Million for Londonderry Fire/Rescue
September 24, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces $1.8 Million for the NH Department of Environmental Services
September 30, 2009: Shea-Porter Announces More Than $480,000 to Fight Internet Crimes Against Children
October 6, 2009: UNH center receives $480,000 to fight Internet crimes against children
December 9, 2009: Obama announces $5 million for Dover health center
January 15, 2010: Shea-Porter Announces $6 Million for Middleton Building Supply
January 16, 2010: $6 million federal loan saves 100 jobs: Will help Middleton firm buy new saw mill
February 12, 2010: Shea-Porter Announces More than $5.4 Million for New Hampshire Department of Health & Human Services
February 12, 2010: UNH nets $2.9m in stimulus money to train health care providers
March 5, 2010: Shea-Porter Announces $715,000 for New Hampshire Transportation Projects
March 30, 2010: Shea-Porter Announces More Than $200,000 for Energy Efficiency in Carroll County
May 27, 2010: Shea-Porter Announces $85,000 in Stimulus Money for Lakes Region Community Services
June 25, 2010: Shea-Porter Announces Nearly $975,000 for NH On-the-Job Training
Here we are in 2014 awaiting our “JUMP-STARTED” economy and free health insurance.
Carol, if you only had a few trillion more. Think what you could do.