What have GOP governors done to improve job growth in their respective states?
I hear gov walker is threatening to slash jobs in his state but as far as jobs are concerned thats all I've heard coming from the right. So not to be ignorant what are they doing because they claim to be ask about the economy Private sector jobs just means lower income for more people.
Asked By: Back - 3/5/2011
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Laid off government workers to create jobs.
Answered By: mercedes - 3/5/2011
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Answered By: LOVE - 3/5/2011
Sip, Nada, Zero.
Answered By: cantcu - 3/5/2011
Mine has laid off thousands of workers who compete for jobs with the massive amounts of already unemployed. YAY RED STATE!
Answered By: Cantankerous - 3/5/2011
True prosperity comes not from gov't jobs, but from private sector jobs. What's he doing? Well, #1 is fixing his state budget.
Answered By: Uncle Pennybags - 3/5/2011
You are confusing government jobs with private sector growth. One's reduction will have a positive effect on the others growth, as it is the private sector that has to foot the bill for the government workers' salaries and benefits... More
Answered By: Gene Splice - 3/5/2011
Their focus is on creating a low cost environment in which a business can operate and make a profit. High costs from any source will cause an employer to locate elsewhere, or close the doors. The GOP wants to encourage business through lowering government's operating costs. This includes getting control of union driven... More
Answered By: Tom - 3/5/2011
Mine has slashed unnecessary spending and approved a dredging project that will allow new panamax ships to enter our port and bring large economic benefits.
Answered By: brandon9414 - 3/5/2011
lets see what Democrat Govenors have done to state budgets. Raised taxes, then spent the money else where and raised taxes again only to spend that money some where else the they cry because they need more money to ballance the budget. And the they want to raise taxes again and claim they will only raise taxes on the... More
Answered By: DALE M - 3/5/2011
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