And, just think…
He’s supposed to be the “smart” democrat.
Bill Clinton told reporters this week that the $787 billion failed stimulus was not big enough.
But, back in 2009 he said he liked the stimulus and urged bipartisan support for the plan.
The Politico reported:
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Former President Bill Clinton said he likes the economic stimulus – it just wan’t big enough.
“I think the stimulus did as well as it could have done — there just wasn’t enough of it,” Clinton told reporters on Tuesday.
President Obama’s $787 billion stimulus bill, signed into law in 2009, has since being a rallying point of contention for Republicans and conservative tea party activists.
Clinton has made his support for the stimulus package clear in the past, telling Fox News in 2009: “I think the stimulus package is well conceived. A lot of it puts money in people’s hands, with the unemployment benefits and the food stamps and the tax cuts. A lot of it keeps the states and local governments from laying off a million more people or having big tax increases with the aid to education and health. And then I think the energy and the infrastructure investments will create the jobs the president wants. So I like the conception of that.”