Scott Walker’s jobs hotline yet another failure on the part of Walker to create jobs

Color me shocked by this…

The jobs hotline in Gov. Scott Walker’s office – part of his high-profile economic plan – so far has only produced more work for him and his staff.

The 113 calls logged to the help-line for businesses don’t appear to have created any new jobs yet since the hotline was created on Jan. 28, and some of the ideas from callers showed little promise at all. But the Republican governor’s staff members continue to work the hotline in the hopes of a breakthrough.

The jobs hotline was one element of Walker’s 2010 gubernatorial campaign plan for creating 250,000 jobs during his first term, a plan that Walker’s campaign said would make the governor Wisconsin’s “Marketer-In-Chief.”

Thus far, our “Marketer-In-Chief” has been a miserable failure, but that’s not surprising given the fact that Scott Walker had absolutely ZERO experience creating jobs prior to being elected governor. After months of job losses and an unemployment rate that’s higher now than when he was inaugurated, it’s become plainly obvious Scott Walker doesn’t know the first thing about how government can help create jobs in the private sector.

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