Heather's sole complaint is the Republicans resist more stimulus spending. She neglects to mention the role of EPA regulations as well as Obamacare uncertainties and projected costs as limiting growth. She also neglects to mention the past record of the same stimulus in creating jobs. Depending upon the assumptions in doing the math, each of the relatively few jobs in the past stimulus cost between $200,000 and $1,000,000 plus. She also neglects to mention Obama's own words that the shovel-ready jobs weren't so shovel-ready. She also neglects to point out why doing son-of-stimulus would be any different than the original stimulus. She also neglects to point out the likelihood that the son-of-stimulus was never taken seriously or intended to get through Congress. It was only proposed so the Democrats could make the exact point she is making. She also neglects to point out that the Republicans have proposed in the House a budget designed to reduce the deficit which would ultimately help the economy, but the Democrats have put nothing on the table, and that Obama's budget got no support in Congress from either party.
ADDED: She also neglected to mention the Democrats who also opposed son-of-stimulus, but Obama also forgot to mention them as well.
Outside of those few omissions, a great article.