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Are You Republican or Democrat???

By Brittany Antonacci April 10, 2020 0 comments

Hello Fellow Americans,

 It has come to my attention that many U.S. voters don’t have or know what there political affiliation truly means. I figured it be proper to go over the most common beliefs and values of the two main parties—Republican and Democrat. This way you could be properly educated when you decide your affiliation and go out to vote.

 

Let Get’s Started…

 

What It Means To Be Republican

Definition: a person who favors a republican form of government

Common Beliefs:

  • The best form of government is one for the people—meaning the government should not interfere with human affairs, unless they absolutely need to.
  • Freedom always comes first—a good example of this is the fight for “Second Amendment” rights.
  • Free enterprise and individual initiative regarding the economic prosperity of the nation.
  • Fiscal responsibility—this is most closely related to taxes as Americans should be able to keep the money, they work so hard for.

 

What It Means To Be Democrat

Definition: an advocate or supporter of democracy

Common Beliefs:

  • Social justice and equal opportunity—meaning no matter your race, age, or sex you should have an equal chance to every opportunity as the majority.
  • Non-Violence—this has to do primarily with brutality and gun control.
  • Environmental protection—primarily regarding the urgent issue of climate change and our need to protect the earth so it doesn’t cease to exist.
  • The need to protest—whether it has to do with abortion rights or election reform, the way to do it is through a collective and organized protest.

 

 So, now that you got a little taste of the two main sides of politics—do you know where you stand? Let us know in the comments below!

Stay Strong Patriots!!!

Hello Fellow Americans,

 

It has come to my attention that many U.S. voters don’t have or know what there political affiliation truly means. I figured it be proper to go over the most common beliefs and values of the two main parties—Republican and Democrat. This way you could be properly educated when you decide your affiliation and go out to vote.

 

Let Get’s Started…

 

What It Means To Be Republican

Definition: a person who favors a republican form of government

Common Beliefs:

  • The best form of government is one for the people—meaning the government should not interfere with human affairs, unless they absolutely need to.
  • Freedom always comes first—a good example of this is the fight for “Second Amendment” rights.
  • Free enterprise and individual initiative regarding the economic prosperity of the nation.
  • Fiscal responsibility—this is most closely related to taxes as Americans should be able to keep the money, they work so hard for.

 

What It Means To Be Democrat

Definition: an advocate or supporter of democracy

Common Beliefs:

  • Social justice and equal opportunity—meaning no matter your race, age, or sex you should have an equal chance to every opportunity as the majority.
  • Non-Violence—this has to do primarily with brutality and gun control.
  • Environmental protection—primarily regarding the urgent issue of climate change and our need to protect the earth so it doesn’t cease to exist.
  • The need to protest—whether it has to do with abortion rights or election reform, the way to do it is through a collective and organized protest.

 

So, now that you got a little taste of the two main sides of politics—do you know where you stand? Let us know in the comments below!

Stay Strong Patriots!!!

 

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