Admitting they are they are bankrupt on ideas the Minnesota Republican has created a “Solution Center” calling on the public for help.
But are Republican leaders really open to hearing what the public wants? You can see in this new video from the Minnesota DFL that when given the opportunity to support safer schools, middle-class tax cuts and raising the minimum wage, Republicans voted “no.”
The Republican Party has been the party of no. No ideas, no solutions and no interest in governing on behalf of the Minnesotans looking for answers to the pressing needs of our state and country. And guess what? Voting no is not an idea.
We’ll see where the Solution Center takes the Republican Party. If it’s back to the days of borrowing money from our schools, higher taxes for the middle class and government shutdowns, Republicans can count on the public saying “no” to them in November.