Green Bay, Wis--Scott Walker was greeted by a large number of unemployed on Tuesday, as he held a job summit in the atrium of Lambeau Field in Green Bay, WI.
The protestors were unemployed workers wondering where all the jobs were that Mr. Walker promised when he campaigned for governor.
"I thought Scott Walker was going to create jobs?" Ben Ross, an unemployed teacher, said. He was holding a sign that said "I am still unemployed, please take away more rights."
Scott Walker didn't seem to worried about the protestors, because where ever he goes in the State there are large crowds of unemployed waiting to greet him.
"I promised jobs, and maybe 250,000 was obscene. I didn't know anything about the global economy. I guess I should have stayed in school and learned about that. The global economy, it is the reason I won't be creating 250,000 jobs by 2015, so I am sorry I lied to the voters of Wisconsin--just kidding." Scott Walker said.
Scott Walker did say that he revised his job projections and it looks like he might create 2,500 jobs in Wisconsin by 2015.
"I wasn't aware how much money government workers spend, so it was a bad idea to give them a pay cut. I also see my tax cuts did nothing to create jobs, but I am going to raise fees in hopes to offset those tax cuts. See what I did. I didn't raise taxes, but I did raise fees. Voters love that kind of stuff." Scott Walker added.