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what is the difference between democrats and republicans?

what is so different about what and how they do there job?

Asked By: booyeakasha - 12/24/2007
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since you've gotten lots of answers but none that can be taken seriously, i feel obligated to set the record straight. I know wikipedia isn't the best source but I find this excerpt pretty accurate... More
Answered By: cait - 12/24/2007
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Today? Nothing divides the ways of either party, as many have crossed over from both parties so much that both parties are the same. The values of either party are not for the People of the country, rather for the pockets of the politicians and the large corporations that keep the politicians rich for favors well done... More
Answered By: oc_boomer - 12/24/2007
 
Democrats are the spineless party of no ideas and the Republicans are the strong party and have bad ideas. And, they are all crooked as hell.
Answered By: wcowell2000 - 12/24/2007
 
The difference is who pays them. They sell different ideas and dreams but those change over time blurring into and out of what use to define the other party, but the consistent thing is that they generate funds seperately. Democrats are coke and republicans are Pepsi.
Answered By: aaron.odonahue - 12/24/2007
 
here is a scenario. Mitt and Hillary are walking down the street when they see a bum sitting on the curb... More
Answered By: cashflowchris1 - 12/24/2007
 
Spelling.
Answered By: ronpaul supporter - 12/24/2007
 
Basically, Republicans believe in a small federal government, low taxes, letting the states govern themselves, and federal aid temporally for the truly needy. Democrats believe in total federal government control, classless society, giving welfare and health care freebies to all including illegal aliens, and very high... More
Answered By: Old Guy - 12/24/2007
 
THE repub will generally keep your taxes lower and allow you to keep more of your take home pay and spend and give as you see fit. Dems generally will tax you and spend your money as they see fit. i always vote with my pocketbook so the other issues dont mean as much to me.
Answered By: Johnny U - 12/24/2007
 
Democrats believe in welfare for those that need. (citizens) Republicans believe in welfare for those with greed. (corporations) They both have a hand in your wallet. Don't be fooled by rhetoric.
Answered By: oldstyleman_2000 - 12/24/2007
 
CITIZENS It is issues that are important, not parties. Anyone who resorts to name calling (including republican or democrat) is missing the point of the process. we are all citizens and our ideas deserve to be represented. not parties.
Answered By: Poli Rad - 12/24/2007
 
not a whole hell of allot , one holds you down while the other picks your pocket
Answered By: TheDude - 12/24/2007
 
Democrats are for more government control of the economy as well as more government regulation over business. Democrats like Hillary Clinton for example, want more and more government agencies to run Americans lives which means more taxes and less individual freedom. They don't care how we believe religously generally... More
Answered By: Derek M - 12/24/2007
 
one rides a donkey the other an elephant.
Answered By: SHERIF 555 - 12/24/2007
 
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