The timescale for the determination is not left up to months. I don't personally think they were good, but to assert that you can tell right away, is disingenuous. The debt is already so large that this barely affects the momentum.
The idea that a 66% increase in the deficit "barely affects the momentum" is absurd reflects either your ignorance or your bad faith. Apply that logic to your personal spending and see how long it takes before you're bankrupt.
You’re free to disagree, but it will help the discussion if you can find a way to do so without the ad hominems.
Again, I’m not arguing that it’s a good idea. It is irresponsible, for sure. But the scale of it is akin to somebody with $10k in credit card debt opting to go out for dinner once.