GDP consists of CIG. Was C pushing up in positive territory? No. Flat at best. Is I increasing at a rapid pace? No. Is G strapped to a rocket and accelerating at a pace never before imagined? YES!
I also find your claim that government spending only accounted for .3% of GDP growth in 2009 to be very odd. Especially considering GDP FELL in 2009. It did not grow.
To clarify, what this means is that if every other component that can add or subtract to overall GDP stayed level, then the component for GOVERNMENT PURCHASES OF PRODUCTS - not Social Security, Medicare, or expenditures like that, but actual purchases - would have given us a GDP growth rate of .3%. And obviously this includes the bulk of "stimulus" spending, ergo that form of spending could not be artificially puffing up the GDP figure.
Sorry for the confusion.