Walker is the best choice for getting Wisconsin back on track financially and competing for more good-paying jobs.
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But this election is about the need for jobs, cooperation and fiscal sanity. Thompson wins on those priorities.
Then this happened:
The State Journal editorial board endorses Mitt Romney in Tuesday's presidential election.Then this happened:
Romney showed as the Republican governor of Democratic-leaning Massachusetts that he can find agreement across the partisan divide. And his vice presidential pick — Wisconsin's U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Janesville — suggests Romney is serious about tackling America's fiscal mess.
Romney has an impressive record of success in the private and public sectors. He's a numbers guy who focuses more on results than ideology. That's why so many of his fellow Republicans during the GOP primary criticized him for not being conservative enough.
Romney has been a strong leader in business and civic life. This includes turning around many troubled companies and the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Romney better understands how and why entrepreneurs and employers decide to expand and add jobs. He's more likely to get the private-sector going strong again. . .
But Obama is the president. The buck stops with him. This is now Obama's economy, even though the GOP shares in the blame for partisan games
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