[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2010/images/08/03/art.viscenter6.gi.jpg caption =" A visitor center at Mount St. Helens, seen in 2004, is now closed, but got new windows under a stimulus project."]Washington (CNN) - Monkeys on cocaine. New windows for a closed visitor's center. Modern dance as a tool for software development.
A report released Tuesday by conservative Sens. Tom Coburn and John McCain cited these and 97 other projects as leading examples of misguided or wasteful spending under the Obama administration's $862 billion economic stimulus bill.
Titled "Summertime Blues," the report is the third by the two senators targeting projects that they say fail to meet the job-creation goal of spending under the Recovery Act of 2009.
The report highlights the extraordinary "waste and mismanagement" of taxpayer dollars, said McCain, R-Arizona. The stimulus plan "was supposed to create jobs. It does not."
(Updated at 12:10 p.m. ET)