Jun 28, 2013

Wisconsin still lags behind nation and neighbors in job growth

Scott Walker looks for a safe place to hide
Scott Walker will fittingly sign the state budget at the private establishment of a contributor who gave Walker money.

No members of the public need attend.

Wisconsin is still badly under-performing the nation and its border states in private sector jobs growth.

As Rep. Peter Barca said:

New federal figures released today show Wisconsin is 38th in the nation in overall job creation since Gov. Walker took office, including dead last in the Midwest. These figures cover the two-year period from December 2010 to December 2012 and come from the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW).
Don't look for admission, and certainly not an apology from Scott Walker.

Facts, data and jobs for Wisconsin families are not his concern.

And Walker's campaign promise of 250,000 jobs, Walker is running away from that pledge faster than a rabbit from a hawk.

He just made that promise to get elected.

Walker's concern is pleasing his campaign contributors.

As Uppity Wisconsin notes: "Both the state Assembly and state Senate passed the budget last week. Gov. Walker has stated he will sign the budget this Sunday, June 30, at the establishment of a generous campaign donor."

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