Friday, April 11, 2014

The Walker Agenda Is Still Working! Parts CCXVII, CCXVIII and CCXIX

Just days before Scott Walker is to announce his official candidacy for reelection, three companies announce that they are closing their doors and laying off more than 250 people:
Two companies in the Fox Valley have announced decisions to close facilities, resulting in the loss of 169 jobs, while a Waunakee company is closing a facility and eliminating 93 jobs.

Cenveo Inc. says it's closing a manufacturing plant in Appleton, resulting in the loss of 148 jobs in June. The company, which makes envelopes and labels, closed a plant in Kenosha in 2012, cutting 103 jobs.

Omya Inc. is closing a plant in Kimberly, eliminating 21 jobs at the food ingredient supplier.

Techline USA says it's closing a facility in Waunakee, resulting in the loss of jobs between June and October. The maker of medical cabinets and furniture is based in Waunakee, according to the company's website.
Combine these job losses with the 760 lost jobs in Oshkosh and we have more than 1,000 people learning just how well Walker's agenda is working.

Sadly, the corporate media won't ask him about this when he announces and claims to be doing such a good job.  Even sadder, the Democrats don't have an answer either.

1 comment:

  1. Another approximately 250 unannounced coming soon.