Some call it spinning.
Scott Walker's continuing failure on jobs is met with celebration by Republicans and Tea Baggers.
Reports Rick Romell:
'These are exciting times in Wisconsin,' Assembly Speaker Robin Vos (R-Rochester) said in a statement. 'Our economy is back on track and jobs are being created across the state.'Wisconsin's economy is back on track?
Assembly Minority Leader Peter Barca (D-Kenosha) and other Democrats pointed to Wisconsin's job-creating record compared against other states - 44th by the most recent data available.
'If Republicans spent half as much time creating jobs as they do spinning lackluster job numbers, Wisconsin might not be falling so far behind in job creation,' Barca said in a statement.
Right, and Scott Walker's friend, Tim Russell, is an avid veterans' advocate.
Cognitive Dissidence has the story, and it's not so "exciting," if a healthy economy is considered stimulating.
The following two graphs illustrate Scott Walker and the Republicans' dismal jobs reality—reality, that liberal, empirical world so frightening to the minds of the GOP.