Statements about Job Accomplishments
Says new figures he released showing Wisconsin job gains for 2011 are "the final job numbers."
Says Gov. Scott Walker is "cooking the books" by releasing numbers "he just dreamed up" that show Wisconsin gained jobs in 2011.
Since Scott Walker took office as governor in January 2011, there has been an increase of 33,200 jobs in Wisconsin.
Says Gov. Scott Walker "has caused Wisconsin to lose more jobs than any other state in the country."
Says "unemployment tripled" in Dane County due to Kathleen Falk’s tax policies
Says when he was governor, Wisconsin cut unemployment to 2.1 percent and the state’s unemployment rate was "the lowest in the country for 40 consecutive months."
Says 94 percent of Wisconsin employers think the state "is heading in the right direction" and a majority say they will "grow their companies in 2012."
"The national unemployment rate has been above 8 percent for a record 36 months."
Says 21,000 Wisconsin residents got jobs in 2011, but "18,000 of them" were in other states.
"For the first time since 1990, American manufacturers are creating new jobs."
A 10-year state program that created 202 jobs at a cost of $247,000 per job was approved by former Gov. Jim Doyle.
Says that as Wisconsin governor he "never raised taxes."
"We wiped out a $3.6 billion deficit without raising taxes."
"I've done more impeachments than anybody else in the history of the country."
Since Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker took office, "we are losing jobs at rates not seen in decades."
Says that as Wisconsin governor, "we ended welfare."
Says recall organizers "started their website last November" and began work on their effort before he even took office.
"Gov. (Scott) Walker has yet to create a job, he gives away millions to his friends, and he raises taxes on working people."
Says David Prosser = Scott Walker.
Says Jeff Stone = Scott Walker.
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