Jonathan Bydlak was interviewed yesterday by MSN News reporter Eli Epstein regarding Karl Rove’s new Super PAC. Some excerpts below:

Specifically, Bydlak criticized Rove and said that by favoring establishment Republicans over grassroots favorites, his new super PAC was missing the real issue: the economy.

Bydlak cites two polls to explain why he feels reductions in federal spending will resonate with voters in 2014: a December Rasmussen Report that found three-quarters of Americans favor spending reductions to heal the economy and a January Reason-Rupe poll that discovered 49 percent of Americans support returning to Clinton-era spending levels.

“Republicans need to talk about fiscal issues and be serious about them,” Bydlak stressed.

Read the article in it’s entirety here.