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Democrats need to pick up this trait. Republicans need to nix it. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) listens during a House Financial Services Committee hearing in Washington on April 10.
Republicans are not less compassionate than Democrats, but my research also shows that there is a stark divide between parties in how relevant an individual’s compassion is to his or her politics.
The Democrats, the Swamp Republicans, the media and the gun-grabbers (but I repeat myself) would have us believe the House midterm losses were a rejection of “Trumpism,” and what Republicans need to do to stay in the game is become more moderate, make more concessions and act more like Democrats. Bull.
Republicans and Democrats have very different ideas when it comes to the business environment. Republicans tend to oppose increases to the minimum wage, citing the need for business to keep costs low so they can prosper and all Americans can have access to products and services.
While Democrats are quick to note that Hillary Clinton won the popular vote over Donald Trump in 2016 by more than 3,000,000 votes, it should also be noted that Republicans won the House turnout battle (retaining a majority) by more than 1.4 million votes that same year.
Who needs Republicans when Wall Street has the Democrats? With the help of congressional Democrats, the Street is rolling back financial reforms enacted after its near meltdown. According to the ...
The reason Republicans are so frightened is the prospect that the American public might hear what Democrats are offering and say, “You know, that sounds like a pretty good idea.” Read more :
What is the difference between Democrats and Republicans? This nonpartisan comparison examines the differences between the policies and political positions of the Democratic and Republican parties on major issues such as taxes, the role of government, entitlements (Social Security, Medicare), gun control, immigration, healthcare and civil rights.
Democrats Need an Anti-Austerity Message ... or on how these plans will get through a Republican Senate (even if Democrats regain control, given the existence of the filibuster). But winning these ...
The Democratic-Republican Party (formally called the Republican Party) was an American political party formed by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison around 1792 to oppose the centralizing policies of the new Federalist Party run by Alexander Hamilton, who was Secretary of the Treasury and chief architect of George Washington's administration.