That was very well said Mike, I feel exactly the same way. It seems whenever their are D's in office, the economy is doing better. Some argue that's because of the republican who did all the work before... I say "whatever floats your boat." <br><br>As far as the anti-abortion issue... I'm against anyone who tell me what I can and can't do with concern with my health, and the health of my family. IMO, the last person on earth who should decide what is right and wrong with what a woman does in a pregnancy is a morally bankrupt, 70 year old man, with no children, who is cheating on his wife, receiving payoffs from lobbiests, SOB serving out his umpteenth term in congress because "It was his turn."<br><br>
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Heres my understanding.<br><br>Democrats;<br>Believe that goverment should provide to the people, ie;<br>Welfare, medical, houseing etc etc etc. At tax payer exspense. = big Goverment to administer all the programs that are needed.<br><br>Republicans believe; <br>Through a healthy economy that business will provide, medical, houseing and get people off of welfare thru pay checks. Consider this; if the economy/business is healthy companys can provide all those benefits and still give out donations to the organizations to help the needy. Less goverment is needed.<br><br>Thats the very Basic ideals between the two parties.<br><br>Sadly is that stupid people and politices get in between the two.<br><br>
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