Walker has a six point plan. Lower taxes for employers and individuals is the first step. Based on the recent budget he signed, he may need to wait at least a year before putting this plan in motion. Maybe he should just skip ahead, and begin with step two. Step Two is less red tape. Less regulation will open many doors. Business permit's not responded to within 180 days will be considered approved. Who's to say the denial wasn't lost in the mail?
His six point plan does flow together well. Less regulation will bring us right into step three, which is to end inane lawsuits. Businesses will have the opportunity to invest in themselves, rather than wasting funds defending their actions. Those businesses seek skilled employees. Step four allows improvement in education for the employees of tomorrow. Who says Walker doesn't support the teachers?
The next step is geared towards affordable health care. This step does not apply to the state employees of Wisconsin, as he will fight for them to absorb greater healthcare costs while relieving the state of that debt. Health care is not a burden the employer should carry. Governor Walker believes in the people of Wisconsin.
The sixth step takes us to the top, by starting at the bottom. Invest in fundamentals, transportation and communication are the key to a bright future. The basics are where it's at. If you're considering employment in Wisconsin, Walker will fight the union until the basics are all you have left.