The highlighted part is wrong.
You typed the following:
'Nothing in this latest lament of your various shortcomings actually rises to the level of deserving a reply, but here are some simple corrections to elementary facts that you still seem to be having trouble with. ARRA did what it was designed and projected to do. Everyone credible -- including of course CBO -- agrees that it did. The measure used from the outset was jobs existing in the economy that would not have been there without the effects of ARRA. There is nothing about new jobs. In fact, saving an existing job is a more valuable thing than creating a new job, but there isn't much reason to think you would understand why. Standard disclaimers are simple boilerplate language that has nothing to do with the analysis at hand. When construction projects are completed, there is no more funding for them. That's the end of them. Your command of what I presume is your native language is degraded. Oh, and the only one wandering around aimlessly here is you.'
My apologies for the misquote.
And i do not care about your lame attempts to weasel out of it by saying what 'context' you meant it.
In discussing the ARRA, you stated that 'there was nothing about new jobs.'
Yet, on the ARRA website, it states the exact opposite.
Your statement was at the very least, poorly typed. At most, it was a fabrication/misunderstanding of the truth.
At least have the maturity to admit it when you are shown to be wrong.
But - unfortunately - your ego apparently will not allow it.
And now, instead of taking responsibility for your mistake, you will undoubtedly try and twist it around with more insults, excuses and condescension...ANYTHING but show weakness.
Have a nice day.