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-- doesn't recall election is just twelve days away governor Scott Walker's gearing up for a -- that's -- a rematch against Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett.
And almost don't do -- weren't.
Tellabs today -- -- into the ground -- Wisconsin to talk with governor Scott Walker.
We're in chippewa falls Wisconsin benefactor -- Governor Walker came to speak for the folks about jobs and his plan for the state should he win.
This recall five.
Chippewa falls -- why are you hearing what -- that we tell the guys here what's your best.
Oh love the -- and our job and it's great to see how people make that there was we're one of the most dependent states when it does preventive activities in the country.
And for us keeping the tax -- down keeping above the helping small midsize net effect is so critical port one of the few differences but I don't lot of guys in the line is.
That's the difference between me and the mayor wants you what's the raise taxes -- -- going to -- galore for the capable of people who work.
I spoke quit.
There yesterday at these questions your job -- -- that you know you're using numbers that that are accurate.
Here's well this this so -- there we just announced.
The paper Milwaukee was announced that his job Natalie jobs but -- Prime numbers were -- -- -- -- -- violent crime going down and actually went off under after her position -- with the kind of ironic.
And for his other job.
Real simple difference you don't need -- -- pro life of its -- good numbers he is our sample revamp of the all the words -- First the numbers we use.
What's your actual survey of nearly every aboard the -- it was to every economist including ones that -- -- -- very even acknowledges.
Our numbers -- the most credible and they show that 2011 Wisconsin -- jobs since -- elected reported as governor Wisconsin game thirty.
How have you created this deficit in -- since have been in Wisconsin this week I hear a lot of the debate between -- and the -- The wind accurate but what specifically would you do here did did you believe we'll continue to grow -- get a governor.
Why -- cause you look at a company like this last year they added 35 you've got.
They've already added forty more this year that you should be another piece of equipment there's going next Thursday the whole book -- people the -- what we did the lower the tax burden evicted from manufacturing.
Is a huge incentive for small and midsize businesses they -- government to get out the way to lower the cost and across not just taxation.
The cost of excessive regulation the cost of litigation in the state has been a huge very quiet under my predecessor the state lost a 150000 jobs.
And of what it was well over 9%.
We're now below 7% unemployment for the first time since 2008.
And we continue to see more job growth here that reporters like the direction we're -- -- like the idea that governments of Parker not a very economical.
There's been some talk and article I read recently that.
When -- to -- enthusiasm gap that the people there have been so passionate.
Even in supporting you how concerned are you did some of the enthusiasm for a year and supporting you could be waning in this race could -- -- -- the mysteries of.
We'll show well most good gap we see this go more on this I think there's a certain minor league ball the -- that people were -- realize a lot of that was misguided anger.
The fact that the amount happy Texans have gone down keyboard that can -- like our -- did -- their public schools schools would say we're better.
We received the reforms are working when they see a lot of the attacks -- -- -- -- that the broadest from the national money in the national public why you.
Was really -- that is sometimes is that right wise I think voters on the other side of single Patinkin.
And what I've seen good example I was asked us this morning it is just a guy named Chris who worked at a manufacturing company -- -- of involvement.
He voted for my opponent 2000.
Both of his bears were Democrats -- official vote for Democrat but he said he would vote for me this.
Because he didn't make the process of right they like the fact that actually had the courage to take on the top fifty.
It's guys like him that I need to reach out to the with a collection of -- I would do that pars are based -- So the further results a couple weeks ago on May eighth in a bribery that essentially had -- -- I started as many votes as both -- my opponent for the next forces Democrat provide.
I think there's a real enthusiasm among the hardworking taxpayers could come out with the voices.
Let me ask you lastly.
You mentioned that gentlemen assorted touchy -- I don't want politicians answer here should what do you see is really being at stake would what would it what -- -- loss mean for Wisconsin if they recalling.
Why -- both Wisconsin is for the country it's about her.
It's about ultimately.
Our state if they -- Me on the vote on June 5 I think sends a powerful message -- -- was -- around the country.
The voters are are serious when they said they -- leaders willing to take on the -- they want leaders are willing to stand up and take on the powerful special of the put the power back and answer that.
That's the whole reason why since last February on.
We've had millions of -- about coming in and attacks.
First in the spring that in the spring or -- than in the senate recalls and that throughout this recall presses against me.
Because the Washington based best workers don't want the taxpayers in charge they -- a handful especially with the charge.
And that's really what's all the mistake was in charge to the taxpayers.
With the special -- it.
Thank you very much getter the -- sports standard today Friday night going to be a person.
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