Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Hey Suckers, Let's elect a Part time Governor we'll never see, who also broke his biggest campaign promise.

With small property tax cuts homeowners see disappear via school referendums, and major tax cuts to businesses that aren't creating jobs, Wisconsin voters are now being asked to reelect a governor who broke his biggest promise on jobs, is near last for business starts, and may not be around for part of his 2nd, 3rd and fourth years in office?

Who does Scott Walker think he's kidding? If Mary Burke doesn't sum it up this easily soon, we're in big trouble:
WKOW: Governor Scott Walker (R-Wisconsin) will not commit to fulfilling all four years of a second term if he is reelected in November. Just a day after kicking off his reelection campaign, Gov. Walker was dodging questions about how long a possible second term might last. 

"What I'm gonna stay focused on and committed to is telling the people of the state what I plan on doing in the next term.  I want to be Governor and that's the only thing I'm focused on right now,"  said Gov. Walker.
"I want to be governor"...he's got a plan...that's it. And he's still blaming Doyle/Burke for the job losses during the Great Recession. Will Burke finally shut that talking point down? Here's WKOW's Greg Neumann:

Burke responded....
Democratic candidate for governor Mary Burke responded to Gov. Scott Walker’s campaign kickoff by challenging his record as a jobs creator.
“Under Scott Walker, Wisconsin is falling behind. In job creation, we are 35th in the country and second to last among Midwestern states. Worse still, we are one of the worst in the country in new business starts,” Burke said. “Walker’s game plan has failed. Giving tax breaks to out of state corporations and those at the top is not how you create jobs. And it’s not how you grow the middle class.”

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