The unemployment rate in Wisconsin is 6.6%, compared to 7.8% nationally.<quoted text>
The most unsettling prospect with Gov. Scott Walker is the notion that he might actually believe what he is saying about the budget he is proposing for Wisconsin.
When Walker assumed the governorship two years ago, Wisconsin was holding its own economically. Job growth was competitive with neighboring states and the nation.
No more. Since Walker began implementing his austerity agenda, growth has stalled.
The state now ranks No. 42 in the nation when it comes to job creation.
Looks like Governor Walker is doing a much better job economically than the boy in the White House.