Statements about Jobs
The sequester has "already lost 1.6 million jobs."
The "most realistic estimates" for jobs created by Keystone XL are "maybe 2,000 jobs during the construction of the pipeline."
A provision of the Senate immigration bill would require you to have government permission to get a second job.
Under Obamacare, "75 percent of small businesses now say they are going to be forced to either fire workers or cut their hours."
Says residents of Texas and San Antonio can be fired or denied jobs because they are gay.
"Our businesses have created nearly twice as many jobs in this recovery as they had at the same point in the last recovery, when there was no Obamacare."
"Women still earn about 77 cents for every dollar a man earns for working the same job."
"Guess what, governor? There’s no fried butter in Newark. Just 13 percent unemployment."
"More Americans receive food aid than work in (the) private sector."
Economic Development Commission Executive Director Keith Stokes "sent me a letter and he said the taxpayers will never be on the hook for these bonds" for 38 Studios.
Women in the United States are paid about 70 percent of what men earn for the same work.
Says Florida didn’t offer special incentives to Deutsche Bank, which announced it will add 300 jobs in Florida.
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. "cannot account for creating one single job."
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation is a "proven job creator."
Says the success of his economic agenda is supported by the fact "we went from unemployment at 9.2 percent when I decided to run for governor four years ago to two points lower."
"More than half of last year's U.S. college graduates are unemployed or underemployed."
"Our ranking in terms of the best and worst states to do business in was 43 four years ago, and we just moved up to 17 two weeks ago."
Wisconsin has "one of the most progressive tax codes in the country."
"Jon Corzine, elected governor. Teams up with Barbara Buono. $1.2 billion sales tax increase? Passed. Most spending in state history? Passed. After Buono named budget chair, taxes and fees increase 23 times in just two years. State debt? Up $13.4 billion. Unemployment? Doubled."
"To hear Gov. Christie tell it, everything in New Jersey is going just fine. Well I see another New Jersey with 400,000 unemployed. One of the worst jobless rates in the country. Working and middle class families have seen costs soar, from property taxes to college tuition."
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