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View Poll Results: 4/25/2009,It appears Honorable Sarah palin was correct about the stimulus bill.
I agree. 5 55.56%
I disagree. 4 44.44%
Voters: 9. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 04-25-2009, 02:00 PM
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On February 1, 2009, two weeks before the stimulus bill ["Recovery and Reinvestment Act"] was signed, Honorable Sarah Palin said: "Much of the stimulus plan we've seen focuses on spending for government programs that would be a burden on states to continue funding, and doesn't focus enough on spending that actually does put people back to work and stimulate the economy." See http://www.gov.state.ak.us/archive.php?id=1618&type=1 . Nearly three months later, The U.S. Daily times report: "Spending the U.S. stimulus: states can't afford it." See http://theusdaily.com/articles/viewa...6852&type=home .

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