Walker doubled-down on his ridiculous, unattainable 250,000 job promise at the GOP convention this weekend in Green Bay saying that he could still meet the target if he could just serve out his term.  The trouble is, there is no way that he could come anywhere close to hitting that mark.

It appears it will be difficult for Walker to achieve his job-creation goal. Jobs data is available through March, and from this April to December 2014, Walker would have to create nearly 7,400 private-sector jobs a month, or 88,800 a year, to meet his mark.

Nothing close to that has happened over the past two decades. The most private-sector job growth came in 1994, when 72,400 jobs were added, according to average annual employment figures from the state Department of Workforce Development.

See how that works, scooter?  You’d have to have two years of job growth 20% higher than any job growth number ever recorded in the history of Wisconsin.  So take your pick, folks:  Delusional, dishonest or stupid.  There aren’t really any other options.

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4 Responses to Scott Walker: Delusional, Dishonest or Just Plain Stupid?

  1. Zuma Bound says:

    You need a fourth category, Phil.

    He knows, and understands all too well, his “useful idiot” wingnut constituency which is delusional, stupid and wide-open to even the most disingenuous, dishonest and obvious of manipulations.

  2. Steven Reynolds says:

    Delusional. That is if he believes what he’s saying, which is impossible. But did he say it to a Billionaire? That’s the only way of knowing if Scott thought he was telling the truth.

  3. Zuma Bound says:

    “But did he say it to a Billionaire? That’s the only way of knowing if Scott thought he was telling the truth.”

    Insightful observation, Steven. I’m pretty sure that ‘the fake Koch brother’ would agree wholeheartedly with it. I know I do.

  4. PJ says:

    Perfectly Perfidious.

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