Scott Walker Says No to New Jobs for Wisconsin
Walker: “I'm not asking for any new projects
or things to be done here."
When asked about his thoughts on the stimulus plan to create jobs,
“We are in a national recession and incredibly Scott Walker is saying no to new jobs in
The current national economic forecast is the bleakest we've faced since World War II. Congress is currently working with President-elect Obama's team to create fiscally responsible legislation that would create and save three million jobs in the next two years – and make our economy stronger in the long run.
These jobs would include thousands of shovel-ready road and infrastructure projects in
But even with the dire forecast,
“Scott Walker has only one idea when it comes to fixing our economy – and that is to continue the failed Bush economic policies,” said Wineke. “
“Thank goodness we have a Governor who supports bringing jobs to
Since December 2007, more than 2 million American jobs have been lost nationally and a housing crisis has threatened the economic security of countless more working families. Major industries are beginning to fail, and businesses can’t find the credit to create new jobs. The American economy is already in the second longest recession since the end of the World War II, a crisis that is expected to grow worse.