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Get these facts out to anyone and everyone in Wisconsin!

Walker has been plastering TV's all over WI with a bald-faced lie that he created 30,000 jobs.

Walker created fake job numbers than ran a million dollar ad campaign for them.

So please share these with anyone you can!

Wisconsin has Lost 31,000 Jobs Under Walker - Source + Source

Wisconsin is #1 in Job Loss Nationwide, Losing More Jobs Than Any Other State in America - Source

Wisconsin Lost 23,900 Jobs Between March 2011 to March 2012. No Other State Lost More Than 3,500 Jobs in That Same Period - Source

Most States are Recovering and Creating Jobs While Wisconsin is Losing Them - Source

Most of the 31,000 Jobs Lost in Wisconsin are Private Sector Jobs - Source

Wisconsin is Set to Have More Layoffs in the Coming Months - Source

Poverty and Unemployment are Rising in Wisconsin, Income is Decreasing - Source


So yea.... It's NOT Working, Scott.

Originally posted to TheNewDeal00 on Thu May 24, 2012 at 05:31 AM PDT.

Also republished by Badger State Progressive, ClassWarfare Newsletter: WallStreet VS Working Class Global Occupy movement, Progressive Hippie, and German American Friendship Group.

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