Cory Heidelberger ends his post on the enactment of HB 1069 with this:
A key part of that pivot is for Nelson Republicans and Sutton Democrats to look for ways to turn their cooperation in protesting HB 1069 into practically constructive and/or obstructive collaboration.
So lets start that cooperation with the reversal of last year's sales tax increase that was enacted against the will of the voters, and also like HB 1069, wrongfully used an emergency clause so that the people could not refer it. After that we can start cutting the Department of Education's indoctrination programs and begin restoring moral integrity within the youth of South Dakota. Sex education needs to be the first to go, along with any social engineering programs that violate parental rights. Next we can work on letting the market determine winners and losers by eliminating economic development via government. We can then take those cuts and continue to pay teachers even more and have enough left over to give the people tax cuts. Once the people hear about that agenda, they will change how they vote.
So if the Democrats are serious about working with conservatives, they need to tell liberals like Cory Heidelberger to pipe down and stop acting like an intolerant dictator toward whites, males, and Christians.