Remember when Gov. Scott Walker promised during the 2010 gubernatorial campaign that he’d create 250,000 jobs during his term in office?

Looks like he’s going to have to work just a little bit harder…

Hopefully Gov. Walker can take some time out of his busy union-busting schedule to get to work creating all those jobs he promised, because the number he needs to create just went up.

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9 Responses to But I thought Scott Walker was going to create jobs?!?

  1. im behind in my count of how many jobs he has lost…..I am up to 9 in how many jobs he has created….2 for extra security and 7 for koch lobbyists…

  2. John Foust says:

    Actually, based on the latest measure of the rate of expansion of the number of supportive emails that Walker’s office has received, that’ll be more than 550,000 jobs if we don’t recall him.

    Gotta love those mission statements. Hutchinson Technology is a global technology manufacturer committed to creating value by developing solutions to critical customer problems. … which means they make disk drive parts and health care parts. Given the growth in solid-state RAM-based drives, there isn’t a big future in disk drive suspension assemblies.

    • Locke says:

      which means they make disk drive parts and health care parts. Given the growth in solid-state RAM-based drives, there isn’t a big future in disk drive suspension assemblies.

      Not quite sure what part of that is a bad thing? The disk drive head market has been a great one in the past & present, but sure it doesn’t have a great long-term future. Which is probably why they’re involved in health care products. Guess they should just fold up shop and not both employing anybody, huh?

  3. Walker listens to Jesus,

    http://www.progressive.org/node/157986/78195

    who will help him create jobs.

  4. Fray says:

    Super Id: Maybe you are not aware that Walker was only just innaugurated in January. He can’t possibly take credit for those 10,100 jobs (but I’m sure he will try).

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