I made my case in a posting Sunday that Wisconsin newspapers which endorsed Scott Walker for Governor have all the evidence they need - - particularly when it comes to Walker's failure to deliver on his signature pledge to create 250,000 private-sector jobs - - to rethink or withdraw that support.
Some of that posting was directed at The Wisconsin State Journal and The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel for their opinion that Walker would be better at creating jobs than Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, Walker's opponent.
Anyway - - that was my argument Sunday, and today I rest my case as this morning the Journal Sentinel's PolitiFact service comes along with "Exhibit A" and labels a Walker jobs-claim "False."
Actually, I should label today's PolitiFact documentation about false Walker job-claims as "Exhibit B," as it ran this December, 2012 finding about Walker and jobs, calling it "ridiculous."
Says that in his first two years, "Wisconsin has seen its best two-year job growth in a decade."Scott Walker on Monday, July 29th, 2013 in a campaign press statement
Scott Walker says "best two-year job growth" came during his tenure