The Walker administration has slowed growth by refusing to acknowledge that capitalism requires strong consumer baseWhat creates jobs? That question is likely to be on the minds of several Wisconsin voters this fall.
Gov. Scott Walker, who promised at least 250,000 jobs created in his first term in office, is well short of his pledge (that’s a generous conclusion -- he’s not even halfway there). Whether voters will hold him accountable to that number or find the number Wisconsin has created as acceptable is yet to be seen.