As A Head Coach, Walker's Season Records Average 6-10
Again, and now again, Wisconsin under Scott Walker has been shown substantially lagging the pace of national job-creating, and now we are ranked a dismal 37th among the 50 states, authoritative data prove.
And it has been shown that Walker has created only about 40% of the 250,000 new private-sector jobs he said, unprompted while campaigning in 2010 and elsewhere, he'd create in one term.
Imagine if the Green Bay Packers, after nearly four years under a new head coach and a staff entirely of his choosing, had spent three mediocre straight seasons in the bottom quarter of the league standings.
And imagine if that head coach had been hired after a public campaign promising repeatedly to produce winning teams hitting specific but unmet goals - - but was consistently stuck at career 6-10 performances.
You'd want him fired.
And then imagine if that head coach disparaged Curly Lambeau, asked to end NFL revenue sharing, and constantly embarrassed the organization, making it a place that free agents avoid.
THAT'S a more complete picture of what Walker has done, and it makes Ray Rhodes' one disastrous season look successful.
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