This is my opinion about the differences between the Democratic and the Republican Parties.
The difference is that the Republican Party is still the party of millionaires, Mitt Romney, no pun intended. Mitt Romney reportedly is worth more than 200 million dollars, twice the wealth of Lady Gaga but is in a "maybe" status about making his income from investments in Bain Capital,Staples, and Home Depot. As am addendum, the union representative at the Bain plant indicated that there was a substantial loss in jobs that was attributed to Mitt Romney.
Former Republican President George Bush received a place in the book of world records as being the President who had the most millionaires in his presidential cabinet.
Once President Obama won the White House, the millionaires as reported in Fortune Magazine found tax shelters not only in Switzerland but in Mexico as well.
If a Republican president was seated, would these millionaire have to find ways to protect their money?
I disagree however with the Obama Administration concentration on that 1% of wealthy American however to bail the country out of its financial situation. I applaud the President however on creating jobs that resulted in a decrease of the unemployment rate to about 8.5 per cent.
President Obama was recently in Disney World to promote tourism and to ease Visas to allow more tourists to visit and invest in the country. The feat however was followed by a Republican advertisement on C-Span that faulted the president for not allowing the pipeline to be constructed that supposedly would have created jobs.
Again, the Republicans were not looking at the entire picture in regards to the safety of the country and was more concerned with the jobs (money) that could be created. The pipeline could very well be a repeat of the Gulf Oil spill disaster if constructed of which the Obama Administration was aware of. America has experienced enough disasters with the Katrina Hurricane that the Republicans did not provide the funds that could have prevented such as catastrophe with the reconstructing of a larger dam in New Orleans.
Republican presidents seeming are not as concerned for the middle class in America that the Obama Administration claims hold the key to reeling the country further out of the economic recession.
Your question ended with "anymore" which indicates that you question if there are still any differences in the political parties. I wish that the White House allowed spectators other than reporters in the Congress Chambers so the public can realize the difficulty of a Democratic president trying to get a stimulus bill, health bill, or education passed into a law with ever dissenting Republicans.