Friday, May 18, 2012

Walker Still Worst in Nation for Job Creation...

The big news breaking now on the jobs picture, if you’re still using the standard used by the other 49 states, is that Wisconsin has again lead the nation in jobs losses. New numbers from the Bureau of labor statistics (BLS) shows Wisconsin is once again wearing the jobs loss crown.

But of course we’re held to a different month to month standard.

Haunted by the past: Scott Walker’s rosy jobs numbers directly contradicts his whiny excuses a month ago, where he explained on Upfront with Mike Gousha, how the protests and uncertainty created by them directly resulted in the states jobs losses. So the protests helped create jobs?  

Here's Democratic Party of Wisconsin's Greame Zelinski with Sly in the Morning, the shortened audio edition:

BREAKING: New Federal Jobs Numbers Show Scott Walker First...In Job Loss. Again.
New numbers released today show that, once again, Scott Walker's Wisconsin is first in the nation in job loss. According to the figures from April 2011 to April 2012, Wisconsin lost 21,400 jobs in that period, leading the nation.

"Now we know why Scott Walker created his magical math that was rolled out so suspiciously this week — because he has been caught red-handed once again making up facts. Sadly for Wisconsin, this is just another example of Scott Walker's campaign and administration being one of the most dishonest we've ever seen. Walker has been a one-man wrecking crew for jobs in Wisconsin and these new figures show it," said Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate on Friday.

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