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Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Washington--Senator Ron Johnson didn't make a lot of campaign promises, and that work ethic appealed to the voters of Wisconsin.

Ron Johnson has introduced one bill since taking office, and isn't likely to introduce another bill until he absolutely has to do something called work.

"Sure, I only work a whopping 150 days in a year, but it is hard work coming up with legislation that does something. I could create meaningless legislation, but how will that get government out of the job creators." Ron Johnson told reporters on Friday.

Ron Johnson campaigned as a job creator, but since taking office he hasn't created a single piece of legislation to create jobs or fix the tax code that he claimed was crushing small businesses.

"I don't think quantity is important when it comes to legislation, so I am going for quality in the bills I introduced. Sure, my only bill isn't good enough to make it to the floor for a vote, but I am positive my next bill will make it to the floor, if I have to introduce another bill." Ron Johnson added.

Ron Johnson doesn't think he is lazy, but he is quick to point out that he doesn't have enough work days in a year to allow him the time to do some real work that will help America cut the unemployment.

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