Steve Bosh, KUSI 9 NEWS
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
According to a report from White House economists last Friday, the stimulus saved or created 2.4 million jobs, which the Weekly Standard calculated the cost per job to be $278,000.
To Cunningham, this is not money well spent.
"I don't mean to be too critical because we need as many jobs as we can get, but that seems not to be a very efficient way of creating jobs," Cunningham said.