The question of what was done to the title of the hunting camp is valid. If Gov. Perry was shown to be in support of the name and what it represents, then that is newsworthy and a just cause to not vote for him for those that care. But this is not the case.
Perhaps the most intersting item we were unable to determine, and from what we could find NO ONE has yet to figure out, is what the average length of time and what average pay jobs created by the Stimulus are. Considering the data that Recovery.gov receives, this should be a simple matter to report. Yet there is no metric for this, and no report we are able to find (including from the CBO) reveals this critical information.