"For comparison's sake, the state of Wisconsin's subsidy to Foxconn:
(Wisconsin's) $2.85 billion in cash payments, according to the analysis, would amount to $219,000 per job if 13,000 jobs are created and $587,000 per job if 3,000 jobs are created."
This comparison is so stupid it can only be the result of liberal logic. Let me help you out here:
1.) The Foxconn jobs created ARE NOT FOR ONE YEAR ONLY. Spending money on foodstamps stirs 'economic activity' for exactly 1 year - then the food is consumed and the jobs end. The jobs at Foxconn will stick around for decades.
2.) The jobs at Foxconn will be much, much more than the jobs created as grocery stockers, etc to support the delivery of food from food stamps.
So, the jobs at Foxconn not only generate much more income per year, but they generate that for decades.
"At minimum SNAP is 10 times more effective in creating jobs than WI's deal with Foxconn,"
Only in a world using Liberal Math.
#32 | POSTED BY TONYROMA
This attempt at thinking on your part fell way short.