Sunday, November 13, 2016

Walker's WI jobs' fail strikes again - - 180 jobs lost in Algoma

I just read about the loss of 180 jobs at a door manufacturing firm in the small NE community of Algoma. Most are union jobs.

A couple of days ago, it was 92 manufacturing jobs moving out of Waukesha County, as I wrote:

The election is over, the GOP stranglehold on Scott Walker's Waukesha County-centered Wisconsin got tighter - - and another 92 jobs are leaving...Waukesha. 
Terex Utilities has announced it is shifting production from Waukesha to South Dakota in a downsizing at its local plant that will leave 92 people out of work. 
Remember when Right-to-Work and business tax cuts were going to keep jobs here? 
Remember the 250,000 new private-sector jobs that Walker was going to create in Wisconsin by January, 2015? 
Never mind. 
Pass the ham and cheese, please. The Governor at work.
And this guy is about to step into the role of chair of the Republican Governors Association, selling the GOP's economic message. 

1 comment:

jeff said...

Sorry for these folks, but sure is reassuring that there's over 3,000 job openings in North East Windows. Thank you Gov Walker, keep up the great work you and Ltd Governor are doing.