Sort of, or so says The Washington Post. Apparently some of the moderate Democrats are not on board and there is talk of cutting it by as much as $200 billion. David Leonhardt has an insightful column, which examines the dual claims that the bill was too small and not well-enough targeted. I wonder if this is a case where some people (though not I) might have double-peaked preferences, namely that the bill should either be much larger, or if not simply smaller to hold down the deficit.
Overall I am surprised that the bill didn't sail through. I expected one round of opposition and then a collapse as extra goodies were put on the Xmas tree for recalcitrant legislators. The political equilibrium now seems trickier than that and I believe that, for better or worse, Obama's "honeymoon" period is now over.