Front-runner for the nomination, or front-runner for the title of Job-Killer-In-Chief:
On the Walker watch front: I'm not sure you want one pundit to help you peak this early...and another drop of 8,500 jobs in March that puts you farther behind your politically-dumb pledge to create 250,000 new jobs won't help, either:
Wisconsin lost 8,500 nonfarm jobs in March compared to February, according to preliminary, seasonally adjusted employment figures released Friday by the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics....
And it cut the jobs growth under Gov. Scott Walker to 58,900, a 2.1 percent gain since he took over in January 2011.