The vaunted GDP figures are anemic, job-creation is almost non-existent, non-residential investment is low, residential investment is lower -- yet consumer spending is back where it was before the recession. Doesn't that mean that there's no more reason for government stimulus to make up for the lack of aggregate demand?
After all, aggregate demand has returned. The problem, of course, is that consumer spending does not drive the economy or create growth. Business spending does.