"Two More Years!" is not much of a campaign slogan, and neither is "Hey, I'm batting .100."
Gov. Walker is out and about telling friendly audiences in display case appearances that a top priority in the next two years is...get ready for it...jobs...though continues to have trouble with the grammar and the numbers:
"When I talk about creating jobs, jobs aren't Republican jobs or Democrat [Sic] jobs. They're Wisconsin jobs."I'm not hearing many people chanting "two more years!," as this this is the same issue on which Walker based his 2010 gubernatorial campaign - - even very specifically pledging to create 250,000 jobs and 10,000 new businesses after one term.
I listed a year ago some of the sites and publications where these pledges were presented, even touted.
Walker's gaudy, talking point puffery gave the Emperor some snappy sound bites and shiny new campaign trail clothes, but Walker has had much the same success on the jobs front as has the Minnesota Vikings passing attack.
PolitiFact offers its most-recently updated scorecard on the jobs pledge:
The state's October 2012 jobs report showed a loss of 6,000 private sector jobs, pushing the total for the year back into negative territory. With the latest figures, our calculations show that Gov. Scott Walker has created about one-tenth of the jobs he promised that would be created by the end of his four-year term.