Remember last year on the gubernatorial campaign trail when Gov. Corbett took a heap of criticism from unemployed Pennsylvanians for blurting out that there were plenty of jobs in the want ads and suggesting the jobless were just hanging around enjoying their unemployment checks?
Well, now we know there were hundreds of jobs ripe for the taking (400 to be exact), in the nation's candyland no less, Hershey, PA.
Only thing is, the company passed up Pennsylvanians to hire foreign cultural exchange students on the cheap.
The company that Hershey hired to fill a shortage of $8.35-an-hour workers in a warehouse, roped in several hundred foreign students who had come to learn English and earn a little spending money.