Here's where most of Walker's misappropriated funds went, by the way:
--$25 million for an economic development fund for job creation that still has $73 million due to a lack of job creation. Walker is creating a $25 million hole which will not create or retain jobs. [Wisconsin Legislative Fiscal Bureau, 1/7/11]
--$48 million for private health savings accounts, which primarily benefit the wealthy. A study from the federal Governmental Accountability Office showed the average adjusted gross income of HSA participants was $139,000 and nearly half of HSA participants reported withdrawing nothing from their HSA, evidence that it is serving as a tax shelter for wealthy participants. [Government Accountability Office, 4/1/08; Wisconsin Legislative Fiscal Bureau, 1/11/11]
--$67 million for a tax shift plan, so ill-conceived that at-best the benefit provided to job creators would be less than a dollar a day per new job, and may be as little as 30 cents a day. [Associated Press, 1/28/01]
He's also passed laws that reduce financial penalties for companies that injure or kill their own workers or manufacture products that injure or kill consumers; and also make it harder to sue nursing homes that injure or kill elderly patients through negligence.
Don't even get me started on the whole train debacle.
This latest bill, even aside from all the other issues connected to it, was the last straw in many ways. His campaign was all about creating jobs, but so far, he's done nothing to fulfill any of his grand promises. If his election to office was a contract, he's not only broken his part of the deal, he's shattered it.