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Thursday, March 17, 2011


Golly Gee Whiz, that gol-darn Walker is doing exactly what he said he'd do. He's bringing JOBS to WI. And Holy Moly, they are NOT GOVERNMENT JOBS. And he's doing it in less than 3 months in office, and he's not raising taxes!


Catalyst Exhibits, Inc. has announced that they will relocate from Illinois (pays to raise taxes, huh, Illinois?) to Pleasant Prairie, WI. The company will bring 105 jobs to its new home and will make a $2.5 million investment in WI.

Now would you please Pipe Down, those of you who have been screaming about Walker giving millions to corporations? It's the corporations that provide JOBS, which in turn provide tax revenue, which in turn helps balance WI's budget. It's Economics 101, Friends.

And don't start yapping about the number of teachers and government workers who will lose their jobs due to Walker's Budget Repair Bill. If money is short the districts and municipalities will have to figure it out. Maybe they can save millions by bidding the health/life insurance contracts instead of being forced to use the WEA insurance program? Stands to reason that if millions can be saved on insurance, then those funds could be available to preserve jobs.

The fact is, WI is broke. WI cannot afford to continue propping up local governments and school districts. Everyone is going to take a hit, that means all of us. We are in a real fix.

But goody-goody, the next thing you know unemployment will go down and tax revenue will go up. Thank you, Governor Walker, these are jobs we need. GOOD GOING.

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