If we’re to believe the Green Bay Press Gazette editorial, we should not consider the stubborn facts about the Walker economy in the last 15 months or hold him too his promise of 250,000 jobs by 2015. Instead, we should base our vote on his political ideology and credibility?
Have we gone down the rabbit hole entirely? Can we trust these people with a newspaper?
If voters are undecided about their vote in the upcoming elections, they will be wise to look beyond one month's or one year's statistics, just as they should take campaign promises with a grain of salt. The deciding factors should be political philosophy and candidate credibility, not the spin that we are fed almost daily.