Greg Fischer’s got a new campaign commercial:
The ad features Steve Bittenbender, a guy who tried to argue with me on Twitter last week (Sept 10 around 8AM) about Fischer’s flip-flopping and disappointing behavior. Neither he nor anyone in the Fischer Camp have been able to address those issues.
But more importantly – just what jobs has Greg Fischer created? Did he really create 1,000 jobs? Or did he buy companies that already employed people? No one’s been able to show me the specific jobs he’s created – ever. And his campaign spokespeople merely respond with one-sentence answers. I’m still waiting.
Oh, WOOPS! Forgot about something. Remember on May 4, 2008 when Greg Fischer told A Kentucky Newspaper that he lied about personally creating jobs?
Here’s what was said by Andy Wolfson:
In his campaign materials, Fischer boasts that he has ‘created thousands of American jobs, including good-paying union jobs,’ though in an interview he acknowledged that it would be more accurate to say his companies have created ‘over 1,000 jobs.’ One of the companies he’s funded, Vogt Ice, is a union shop, while Dant Clayton is not.
So, I guess we have our answer. And you folks can stop complaining about me unnecessarily attacking Fischer.
Head – desk.