Madison, Wis--Scott Walker's is big on creating jobs, so big on creating jobs that he created jobs for ghosts at a shutter GM plant in Janesville, WI.
"I said I was going to created 250,000 jobs in Wisconsin by 2015, but I didn't say that they were going to be jobs for living souls. Ghosts need work and I feel I am giving work to people that don't normally vote Republican, so it can't hurt my reputation," Scott Walker said.
When asked to clarify what he meant about ghosts not voting Republican, Governor Walker had this to say: "Who do think is responsible for all that voter fraud you hear us Republicans talk about, it is those ghosts."
The latest revelation of Scott Walker's ability to create jobs is thanks to a pro-Walker billboard in Janesville that touts Walker's job creation at the GM plant.
"We want people to know that Scott Walker is dedicated to creating jobs, and ghosts need work too. They aren't protected by those fancy unions that public sector employees have, and 9 out of 10 ghosts prefer to work for Scott Walker than they do for the Devil. At, least with Scott Walker they know where they are going to take it, if you know what I mean." Jim Reeves, the man responsible for the billboard, told reporters.
The Democratic Party of Wisconsin did not want to comment on the story.