The Stimulus Bill, in Fifteen Words (updated)

A member of my family has come up with a concise analysis of Obama's stimulus bill:

"It's like trying to get out of debt by maxing out all your credit cards."

Update -- Greg W writes:

I like
Patrick Buchanan's question:
Does it make sense -- in a plan that's supposed to "prepare America for the 21st century" -- to borrow billions of dollars from China, so that we can mail out $500 checks to folks who don't pay income taxes, so they can run down to Wal-Mart and buy more goods made in China?

A member of my family has come up with a concise analysis of Obama's stimulus bill:

"It's like trying to get out of debt by maxing out all your credit cards."

Update -- Greg W writes:

I like
Patrick Buchanan's question:
Does it make sense -- in a plan that's supposed to "prepare America for the 21st century" -- to borrow billions of dollars from China, so that we can mail out $500 checks to folks who don't pay income taxes, so they can run down to Wal-Mart and buy more goods made in China?