-- talking to delegates. There's not a lot lovely folks were very loud over and over -- people thought -- was before. A lot -- thoughtful thoughtful guy used to noise Scott Walker get a lot of noise.... See More
-- talking to delegates. There's not a lot lovely folks were very loud over and over -- people thought -- was before. A lot -- thoughtful thoughtful guy used to noise Scott Walker get a lot of noise. Well it's a lot of noise -- there indeed it's gotten. He is he will throw out the red if you sure he's also one of the party's biggest fundraising requests that cost the country state parties. -- -- -- -- -- -- In their cities to help raise money and you could hear the matter -- excited to hear from -- let's give -- listen to -- Governor Walker. -- -- And record job wants. -- moving forward with reforms that lowered the tax burden balance the budget and help small businesses create more jobs. -- June 5 voters in my swing state. Were asked to decide if they wanted elected officials. Who measure success. By how many people are dependent on the government. Or if they wanted leaders who believes success is measured. By how many people are not dependent on the government because they control their own destiny in the private sector. -- June 5. Voters in Wisconsin got to determine who was in charge. Was -- the big government special interest in Washington. For the hardworking taxpayers of our state. The good news is that on June 5 the hardworking. Taxpayers want. Jett's death sandy breath why that's important. When the economy took a dive a few years ago she took a pay cut. Not long after that she lost her job. Today however she's working at G three industries in most -- Wisconsin. In -- she just received a promotion. Without our positive changes he told me he would not have had the confidence to grow business in -- -- Improving the business climate is not only good for small business owners it's good for people like sandy and her -- We need more stories like hers in America. Because the last couple of years -- -- well pretty tough. Like many places across the country Wisconsin lost more than a 100000 jobs from 2008. To 2000 Ted. Unemployment during that time top -- over 9%. But because of our reforms Wisconsin has added thousands of new jobs. And unemployment rate is down from when I first took office. Equally as important we improve the economic climate for job creators. Today 94% of our employers believe Wisconsin is -- in the right direction. The -- to just 10%. Who thought the same thing just two years ago. Elections have consequences. As was the case in Wisconsin two years ago too many Americans think our country is headed in the wrong direction. But Mitt Romney understands like I understand. That people. People not governments create jobs. With that in mind my administration. Is making it easier for people to create jobs in Wisconsin. Our reforms -- the hard working tax fears that can charge. People like -- breath. Sadly the federal government seems to be going in the opposite direction. Nationally we've experienced 42 consecutive months of unemployment above 8%. Last month 44 of the fifty states saw an increase in the unemployment rate. More than twelve million of our fellow citizens are unemployed. We need someone to turn things around in America that leader is governor Mitt Romney. Okay. -- Romney turned businesses around in the private sector. He saved the Winter Olympics. And he -- state budgets without raising taxes. In a way that helped the private sector create more jobs. Then that with the announcement of Paul Ryan as his running mate governor -- Not only showed that he has the experience. And -- -- to become president. He showed he has the courage and the passion to be an exceptional president. With this -- He showed that the now more than ever. We need reformers. Leaders who think more about the next generation. Did just the next election. That's what you get. That's what you get the Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan. -- a few weeks we will celebrate the 225. Anniversary. Of our federal constitution. Moments like that reminded us that what makes America so great. What makes us exceptional. Is that throughout our history. In moments of crisis. Be they economic or fiscal military or spirit -- what makes America amazing. He's been -- -- always been men and women of courage. We think more about the future of their children and their grandchildren then they did about their own political careers. Let this be one of those moments. Let this be our time in history so that someday. Someday we can tell our children and our grandchildren that we were there. That we change the course of history for the better. Let us tell them that we helped elect Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan to save.
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Aimee Copeland Gets Bionic Hands
Aimee Copeland Gets Bionic Hands
Touch Bionics donated prosthetics to Georgia woman, 25, who lost her hands to flesh-eating bacteria.