Gov. Corbett's job numbers speak for themselves. Before Gov. Corbett took office Pennsylvania repeatedly had an unemployment rate below the national average, and was an admirable 7th in job growth -- now we're 49th. His administration boasted that Pennsylvania has recovered 50 percent of pre-recession jobs lost -- meanwhile Maryland has recovered 97 percent of theirs.
The governor has repeatedly championed tax cuts to campaign contributors, while publicly blaming Pennsylvanians for his failed policies. When will he learn that businesses don’t hire people because their tax rate dropped -- they hire people because there is a demand for their goods and services?
Blaming unemployed Pennsylvanians is not the answer