Walker said there was "incredible uncertainty both at the federal level -- in terms of the debt ceiling and all the tension of that, and the negative impact that had on the economy -- combined with July and August, when you saw the height of the recall commercials."The conservative ideology is pure. What may have failed in the past will not fail again by the shear power of a one party system. We Are Wisconsin also has the story.
Walker's Department of Workforce Development attributed the decline in jobs to "challenges in the national and global economy" in November 2011 and "wild market fluctuations during the debt ceiling negotiations, the European debt crisis and other factors" in August 2011.
Thursday, March 29, 2012
Now Walker Blames the Affordable Care Act for no job growth in Wisconsin only.
Would it surprise you that Scott Walker's policies would be working, if not for the Affordable Care Act? It's the main reason only Wisconsin jobs aren't being created, right? Huffington Post: