Thursday, June 6, 2013

Republican State Rep. Dale Kooyenga dismisses Wisconsin's 49th Place Ranking in Economic growth and Recovery. "I talked to a lot of families, who feel like we're turning a corner here."

Taking relativism to new breathtaking levels, bad accountant State Rep. Dale Kooyenga compared the most recent index from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, to CEO opinion polls and the hearsay comments from "a lot of families." What a way to dismiss Wisconsin's poor economic outlook ranking of 49th from the Fed. It's all the same...

Oh, here's the actual index, as reported in the Journal might have noticed that there are a few "red states" not doing so well.
The question remains; will all this be forgotten during Walker's reelection? It's not like this ranking is the only failing grade for Walker:
The most accurate reading of the state's employment trends show Wisconsin ranks at No. 44 in private-sector job creation in the most recent 12-month period. In the same time frame, also using accurate data,Wisconsin ranks as the nation's fifth worst in terms of the erosion in private-sector wages, in which the state's 2.2% decline is twice the rate of the national 1.1% average.

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