SAVE THE DATE
THE REPUBLICAN PARTIES OF MINNESOTA SD56, SD58, AND SCOTT COUNTY GOP PRESENT:
GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Forum
Tuesday, January 07, 2014
Social Hour: 6 to 7pm
Forum: 7 to 9pm
Brackett’s Crossing Country Club
17976 Judicial Rd, Lakeville, MN 55044
Join Hennepin County Sheriff, Richard W. Stanek, Moderator for the South Metro GOP Gubernatorial Forum with GOP candidates:
Rob Farnsworth, Jeff Johnson, and Dave Thompson.
There's no length to which the Democrats in Minnesota won't go to distort and spin the truth to maintain power. Whether it's the deplorable MNSure enrollee numbers, the farm equipment repair tax debacle, or any of the new initiatives that are soon to surface in Governor Dayton's "unsession," what you hear from the Democrats should be fact-checked.
THAT's why the MNGOP launched TruthMattersMN.org,We WILL hold Democrats at every level accountable. We will call out their lies, insults, and failed promises.
WASHINGTON – At least 140,000 Minnesotans who buy health insurance on their own are being notified that their plans will no longer be available under the new federal health care law, adding to the national furor over canceled policies that has overtaken the health care debate.
Minnesota taxpayers will pay $60,000 in legal fees for those who successfully fought an executive order by Gov. Mark Dayton calling for a unionization vote of home child care providers.
Franken's Political Career Tied to Unpopular Law
WASHINGTON, D.C. - "Al Franken is one of ObamaCare's biggest proponents, but the unpopular law is already hurting the middle class and increasing health care costs in Minnesota," said NRSC Press Secretary Brook Hougesen. "The result of Al Franken's relentless support of ObamaCare is that dysfunctional Washington now stands between doctors and patients, which raises costs and lowers the quality of care."
As the Democrats in Washington play hardball to...
In 2006, then-Senator Obama said this: "America has a debt problem and a failure of leadership. Americans deserve better."
~ Obama, U.S. President
November 17, 2004:
"We can't just give a blank check over and over and over again."
~ Nancy Pelosi, Democrat House Minority Leader
March 1, 2006: "Most Americans know that increasing the debt is the last thing we should be doing."
~ Harry Reid, Democrat U.S. Senator
November 18, 2004:
~ Charles Rangel, Democrat U.S. Representative
| July 7, 2011:
"As a nation, we have accumulated $14.3 trillion in debt. This in itself is a very bad and dangerous thing."
~ Al Franken, Democrat U.S. Senator from Minnesota
... but he is standing firmly by the side of President Obama and will vote to raise the debt ceiling again! The nation's debt is now over $17 trillion. When will it stop?
Over the last few years, career Democrats in D.C. have had a lot to say about raising the debt ceiling. Stand with us to help reign in out-of-control spending in Washington.
Some time between the middle and the end of October, the federal government will reach a hard limit on the amount of debt it can issue, and its ability to finance governmental operations will be affected. Confusion about the debt limit abounds, and this Issue Brief will address some common questions.
MNSure rates 22% higher... than health insurance already available.
Asking the right question is just as important as getting the right answer.
FEDERAL LEGISLATIVE REPORT
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