He's been hanging out with his imaginary friends again:
McCrory reported that he had employers practically breaking down his door with jobs just waiting for qualified workers.
“When employers are begging for qualified applicants in a state with the fifth-highest unemployment rate in the nation...that tells me we have a disconnect between commerce and education,” McCrory said.
The only disconnect that's apparent is the one between that little shriveled-up thing you call a brain and your mouth. This excuse is actually worse than "the dog ate my homework." That actually happens sometimes, albeit rarely. But if he actually did have employers "breaking down his door", he'd be sitting in high political cotton:
OK, well maybe there’s a way for the governor to do his part. Unemployed North Carolinians report that jobs are hard to find. He says there are employers begging for qualified applicants. Therefore, he could call a gathering of all those employers at the Raleigh Convention Center. It would be knee-deep in jobs and job applicants. Jobless problem solved, McCrory ’16 bandwagon rolling.
Really, if the governor knows where the job openings are, he should let the jobless know.
See, that's the problem about making shit up. It just leads to more lies, and then lies to cover those lies, and on and on. That why he won't say stuff like that at real press conferences, because reporters would ask for pesky details he has yet to invent.
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