Tuesday, February 4, 2014

The Walker Agenda Is Still Working! Part CCIX

Aren't you just tickled pink that Scott Walker made Wisconsin so business friendly? It's so friendly that companies still flee from the state like rats off a sinking ship.  The latest of these is Grammar Inc.:
Grammer AG has announced that it is moving its North American headquarters from Hudson to northeast Mississippi.

In a statement on its website posted Wednesday, Jan. 30, the German manufacturer of vehicle seats and car-interior components said the start of production at the Mississippi plant is scheduled for the end of 2014.


The newspaper said the company will bring 650 jobs to the community and spend $30 million over five years on the facility.
They're not saying how it's going to affect the Hudson facility yet, but it's pretty safe to say it won't be in a positive way. At least not an additional 650 jobs or $30 million positive type of way.

The real outrageous part of it all is that so many people have been forced to sacrifice, lose their pay, lose their jobs and even lose their homes to only see the state continue to lose businesses.

Walker's agenda simply is not working and it - along with Walker - has to go.

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