Discrepancies in the administration's count of jobs "created or saved" by the $787 billion stimulus program are causing headaches among Congressional Democrats who are trying to craft a new jobs program in the face of the highest unemployment rate in 26 years. Rep. David Obey (D., Wisc.), who as chairman of the House Appropriations Committee will have a major role in any new jobs package, released a statement earlier this week calling inaccuracies in the stimulus recipient reports "outrageous."
In this article I notice some of the techniques used to make something good writing. Although some, like Orwell may classify this as "bad" writing, the use of the words in the article presents a "different" meaning of the phrase. For instance in line 1 when it says jobs "created or saved", some people may think of this as good. Just by using a different word the whole context of the phrase and the meaning of it may be perceived differently. That is why I consider it good writing, because they know what words will make the audience take the meaning as good or bad.