Her conclusions on the NYT Article:
The Times says reports released last week "from more than 130,000 recipients of stimulus money in which they claimed to have saved or created more than 640,000 jobs" are in some cases "simply wrong, while others contain apparently subjective estimates."DOH! Read the whole thing, and the linked articles, here. That now makes five news stories - reporting from Georgia, Kentucky, Chicago, New Jersey, Milwaukee, Boston, Oregon and Florida - highlighting the rampant problems with the "triple-checked" report.
Basically, the newspaper admits that maybe the administration can't really calculate the number of jobs saved or created with the stimulus money.
640,239 jobs "saved or created," huh? Umm, yeah, not so much.