Saturday, January 14, 2006

Gard: 'Doyle's pro-jobs agenda shows results'

Think the Republicans would agree with this?

Aggressive pro-jobs agenda shows results

Since Jim Doyle began his role as governor in 2003, "job growth" consistently has topped his agenda. New data released in recent weeks relating to the economy shows that many of the plans signed into law by Doyle have contributed to great growth in Wisconsin:

Thanks to Doyle's leadership with a pro-growth, pro-jobs, and lower tax agenda:

Unemployment in Wisconsin last month was 4.3%, below the national average of 4.8%

Construction jobs in Wisconsin grew 74,000 in one year.

Wisconsin ranked 9th nationally in job growth last year thanks to a pro-jobs agenda . A recent Wisconsin Banker's Association survey noted that optimism has grown in the last 6 months in Wisconsin, with 78% rating the state economy as 'excellent or good.'

Thanks to landmark legislation under Doyle's leadership, such as the Job Creation Act, Wisconsin is cutting the red tape and adding jobs.

They should. Assembly Speaker John Gard's campaign wrote it. All I did was substitute Doyle for Gard. Fair's fair. The legislature didn't do a single thing without Doyle's agreement and signature.


At 12:33 AM, Blogger realdebate said...

I blame it on Bush.

At 6:56 AM, Blogger Sheboygan said...

Do you really think politicans make a difference? If business can sell more of their product they add jobs. If the market dries up they lay people off. Construction jobs? If interest rates continue to rise will Doyle and Gard be held accountable for layoffs? Politicans always have to tell the citzenry how important they are or they will be forgotten


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