What are your most basic definitions of a Republican and a Democrat?
Republican, noun: Someone who lies to their constituents, panders to the media, and caters to the whims of well-funded power brokers in order to get elected.
Democrat, noun: See Republican.
Are you registered to vote as one or the other? That defines it. The rest is stereotyping.
Republican: Fiscally responsible, limited government.
Democrat: Promotes social good.
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