This is one of the things we hate most about politicians. They pee on our heads and try to tell us its raining. Case in point is the latest news about Foxconn’s plans to build a huge plant in Wisconsin, potentially employing 13,000 people. The company’s plans have been significantly scaled back, and it now turns out that Foxconn won’t actually be building anything in Wisconsin. Instead they plan a so-called technology hub, employing researchers and engineers rather than manufacturers. You might think that those politicians who pushed this plan to spend billions to lure Foxconn to the state would be the ones to shoulder the blame for this changing plan. Hardly. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos and Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald were both instrumental in getting the Foxconn deal done. When asked about the company’s changing plans and failure to live up to their initial promises, the two legislative leaders blamed Governor Tony Evers for Foxconn’s decision. Fitzgerald said it is not surprising Foxconn would rethink a manufacturing plant in Wisconsin under the Evers administration. He went on to say Evers has an anti-jobs agenda.That’s rich. Evers had nothing to do with putting this deal together. Foxconn was backing off its Wisconsin commitment even before Evers was sworn in. He has only been in office a month, and I have seen no evidence he has signed any bill that is anti-jobs. Those who put this deal together are the one’s responsible for making sure it benefits Wisconsin taxpayers. We better keep our umbrellas handy, because it looks like rain in the forecast.