Sunday is Mother's Day. Like all good husbands and sons, this is a day to treat the most important women in our life like a queen (perhaps that should be every day, am I right?). The vast majority of the working families that Democrats like to talk about on the campaign trail struggle every Mother's Day to buy the women in their lives a nice gift.
Sure, spending money isn't the most important thing in the world. There are plenty of things we can do for our mothers and wives that don't cost a thing. But spending money on them is far more important than paying more in taxes to a bloated, wasteful government.
If Governor Walz had his way, the average working family would pay another $200-300 a year in taxes on gasoline. This awful tax is disguised as a necessity to pay for our roads, but our state government is running a massive $4 Billion budget surplus. They have plenty of revenue to fix the roads!
So what does $300 cost a working family? Well, I'm sure most of them would like to spend that money on mom to buy her a:
Taking the money from our Mother's Day budget to fund a big, bloated government is not Minnesota Nice. Tell your Republican Senator to stand against the Walz gas tax!