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Post Reply Political parties in the US?
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52 / M / In
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Posted 1/28/14
hard to choose between a fatass and a jackass
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25 / F / New Jersey, USA
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Posted 1/28/14
I don't really get into politics to be honest.
Just don't like voting.
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18 / M / new york
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Posted 1/28/14 , edited 1/28/14
i'm personally a progressive. if you don't know what i mean, a good example of a progressive politician would be Bernie Sanders.
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21 / F / Balmer, Murlin
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Posted 1/28/14
Independent, typically on the liberal end of the spectrum.

People who dis our politics and continue to do nothing about it aggravate me immensely.
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18 / M / new york
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Posted 1/28/14
i can actually link you some very messed up quotes and articles if you wish.

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2014/01/25/tea-party-republican-spews-vile-sexist-twitter-attacks-at-wendy-davis/

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/01/23/susanne-atanus-gop_n_4652255.html?utm_hp_ref=tw

http://www.advocate.com/news/daily-news/2012/01/07/santorum-says-gay-parents-worse-convicts

these are only of politicians, i did not include news anchors and crazy southern preachers (there are surprisingly a lot of those). i do NOT wish to engage in an argument with you, you asked for examples of offensive republican quotes, so i gave them to you.
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If pressed to really go deep I would say I'm truly an independent, but I generally vote democratically. I'd be kidding myself if I thought any of the independents I actually like would ever gain any traction in the polls.
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47 / M / Rochester, NY
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Posted 1/30/14

NFTS wrote:

i'm personally a progressive. if you don't know what i mean, a good example of a progressive politician would be Bernie Sanders.


I am a HUGE fan of Bernie Sanders!

Bernie is one of only TWO good Senators (The other being Elizabeth Warren)

Sad that only 2 out of 100 Senators actually try and work for the people.

Comes out to 2%, sadly probably an accurate percentage of all politicians that have the PEOPLES best interest at heart!

For those who do not know:
Bernie Sanders VT, Independent
Elizabeth Warren MA, Democrat
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51 / M / Hawai'i
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Posted 1/31/14
Elizabeth Warren? She's not the one caught lying about being part American Indian is she?
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21 / M / California
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Posted 7/26/14 , edited 7/26/14
I honestly don't care about the political parties. I just want them to stop trying to sabotage the other parties' every move and just help eachother out.
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23 / M / AZ
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Posted 7/26/14
Republicans are idiots and so are the Democrats.
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20 / M / Tennessee
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Posted 7/28/14
Democacy is silly, all it means that 51% of people can legally make the other 49% do whatever they tell them.
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Republican! The less I'm taxed the more anime, manga, and games I can buy!! I don't really agree with democrats... Only thing I agree with is that gays should get their marriage... The rest of their policies are expensive and stupid.
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51 / M / Hawai'i
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Posted 8/3/14

Iberjib wrote:

I honestly don't care about the political parties. I just want them to stop trying to sabotage the other parties' every move and just help eachother out.


Usually the Repubs are willing to give and take some. The Demoncats insist on getting 99% of what they ask for.


HuastecoOtaku wrote:

Republicans are idiots and so are the Democrats.


The Demoncats run circles around the Repubs. The Repubs run the House right now which means they could cut off funding to anything they claim they don't like. Instead the Speaker is trying to sue the President in which the courts will probably toss out it due to lack of standing.
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25 / M / NYC Metro Area
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Posted 8/3/14 , edited 8/3/14
They both suck and do not represent the viewpoints of the majority, too many radicals in both of them. In the media they fight over social issues, but when it comes down to being fiscally responsible behinds closed doors neither party wants to act like adults. (Cut their spending, not mine) (Dems: Raise Taxes, Reps:cut spending, Average American: Why not both to balance it?) Both of their inabilities to balance the budget prevents be from being in either party.

Now with libertarians, they want to balance the budget and are great with social liberties, but their fiscal policies (especially with labor laws), I feel are not a good idea.
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24 / M / Scotland
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Posted 8/4/14
I dunno. I'm a socialist but that's actually very common in Scotland so I'm not sure what political party I'd be closest to in the USA. What's closest to SNP?
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