Generational Theft Act of 2009

Jobs "Saved Or Created" Lie Spread Even Farther By Fish Wrapper

Continuing in its quest to be the biggest propoganda mouthpiece for the Obama administration among all dinosaur media outlets, the Fish Wrapper (aka The Oregonian) published a story about how the Generational Theft Act of 2009 (also known as the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act) has "saved or created" 9,653 jobs in Oregon.

After noticing similarities between the brains of meth users and stroke victims, Portland researchers Marilyn Huckans and Jennifer Loftis theorized they could devise a more effective treatment for addicts.

All they needed was a good chunk of money to prove it. And they got it -- nearly $1 million -- courtesy of the federal stimulus act, which in its first eight months has showered $1.8 billion on Oregon, according to reports released Friday.

"This is our big opportunity," said Huckans, who works with Loftis at Oregon Health & Science University. The money will be used to hire support staff and buy lab mice and equipment for two years of intense study. "We are finally able to get going."

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Continuing in its quest to be the biggest propoganda mouthpiece for the Obama administration among all dinosaur media outlets, the Fish Wrapper (aka The Oregonian) published a story about how the Generational Theft Act of 2009 (also known as the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act) has "saved or created" 9,653 jobs in Oregon.

After noticing similarities between the brains of meth users and stroke victims, Portland researchers Marilyn Huckans and Jennifer Loftis theorized they could devise a more effective treatment for addicts.

All they needed was a good chunk of money to prove it. And they got it -- nearly $1 million -- courtesy of the federal stimulus act, which in its first eight months has showered $1.8 billion on Oregon, according to reports released Friday.

"This is our big opportunity," said Huckans, who works with Loftis at Oregon Health & Science University. The money will be used to hire support staff and buy lab mice and equipment for two years of intense study. "We are finally able to get going."

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