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Which party should you belong to: Democratic or Republican?

Contents

Background and Context of Debate:

Principles

Democrat

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Republican

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Abortion

Democrat

  • Women have right to choose. [...] President Barack Obama: "A woman's ability to decide how many children to have and when, without interference from the government, is one of the most fundamental rights we possess. It is not just an issue of choice, but equality and opportunity for all women."

Republican

  • Sanctity of human life. [...] NJ Governor Chris Christie: "I am pro-life. Hearing the strong heartbeat of my unborn daughter 14 years ago at 13 weeks gestation had a profound effect on me and my beliefs. The life of every human being is precious. We must work to reduce abortions in New Jersey through laws such as parental notification, a 24-hour waiting period and a ban on partial-birth abortion."

Constitution

Democrat

Republican

Crime

Democrat

Republican

Drugs

Democrat

Republican

Education

Democrat

Republican

Energy

Democrat

Republican

Environment

Democrat

Republican

Foreign Policy

Democrat

Republican

Gun Control

Democrat

Republican

Health Care

Democrat

Republican

Immigration

Demorat

Republican

Jobs and the Economy

Democrat

Republican

National Security

Democrat

Republican

Role of Government

Democrat

Republican

Social Security

Democrat

Republican

Welfare & Poverty

Democrat

Republican

Taxes

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Republican

  • Government spending is problem; not taxes. [...] President Ronald Reagan: "We don't have a trillion-dollar debt because we haven't taxed enough; we have a trillion-dollar debt because we spend too much"
  • Higher taxes discourage hard work. [...] "America’s producers can compete successfully in the international arena – as long as they have a level playing field. Today’s tax code is tilted against them, with one of the highest corporate tax rates of all developed countries. That not only hurts American investors, managers, and the U.S. balance of trade; it also sends American jobs overseas. We support a major reduction in the corporate tax rate so that American companies stay competitive with their foreign counterparts and American jobs can remain in this country."





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