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Emphasizing his role as a job creator, Gov. Scott Walker praised Christopher Barber's initiative during the governor's annual "state of the state" speech on Wednesday.
Barber, 32, left the ranks of the unemployed to land a seasonal job as welder at Ariens Co. in Brillion in late 2012, eventually turning that into to a full-time post, according to a press release from Walker's office. Newspapers around the state ran a photo of Barber giving a big wave to the crowd as he exited the Assembly podium to a round of applause during Walker's televised address...
...Barber -- a resident of Two Rivers...is a registered sex offender with two felonies and three drunken-driving offenses. Because of his checkered past, Barber has been in and out of jail and prison for much of the past decade, with his probation having been revoked at least twice.
Bad staff work is Walker's M.O.
But he didn't sign the recall petition, so he's basically an OK guy.
Republican "governance" and competence on display.
Funny that Bice can jump on this in less than 12 hours, but won't lift a finger to look into accusations of the Walker Admin rigging senior grants and other obvious instances of "pay-to-play."
Well, if Walker has turned Wisconsin into such a booming economy that employers have to hire this guy, then he is doing a good job...
This is the only guy who would work for what the employers are offering -- the rest have left for greener pastures out of state, along with the competent political staffers and policy analysts.
So the guy is now a productive taxpayer in society after a company was willing to hire him to steady employment and the left has a problem with this?
Wow. Beat the guy down some more and cast him away as hopeless would be the left's answer? What great compassion.
the problem is the guy may have falsified his application. the welder, literally, and walker figuratively.
He's a perfect example of the Wisconsin we've become under Walker: lying, corrupt, law-breaking and morally repugnant.
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