Well, since the Stimulus Bill is not going to even be debated in the halls of congress (transparancy, inclusion, accountability, etc.), and is simply going to be voted on today, I was wondering what people have found out about the 650 page document. What's inside it? What's it really going to do? How much is it exactly? Do you like it? If so why, if not, why so? I can't help but laugh at how the bill is being fear mongered into a vote. As if waiting 3 days, or 2 weeks to actually discuss it in congress, and present it to the people of the country who have to pay the bill, just can't be done. So when some other Admin rushes crap through the system, it's bad, but when another does it, it's good? Why do I feel like we're going to find out about all kinds of ridiculous spending for special interests in this bill, after it's passed. Meet the new people, same as the old people. So, anyone know any specifics about this 650 page, $900 Billion dollar proposal?