The outcome is predictable: 99% of economists will hail this as "another shot in the arm to fuel the recovering economy". Yet after an initial jolt, the market will be back it's current level of volatility and dismal outlook. Those economists predicting great things will be surprised that it did not work. They will go so far to propose that the influx of money was not enough to begin with and we start the cycle all over again. Meanwhile, you, me, our kids and grandkids will be straddled with debt they did not ask for and, justifiably, don't deserve.
In other words, more of the same stupid Keynesian and Monatarist modeling that has no basis in reality or common sense for that matter. It makes me wonder why these clowns keep following the same failed policies over and over again. At what point do you abandon this garbage and kick Keynesian and Monatrists ideology to the dumpheap of history where it belongs?
“Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory. Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat.” - Sun Tzu