Democratic or Republican; which party is more disciplined and why?
Sorry, I don't know how to answer this ? as I don't know how to frame discipline?
Exactly, my thoughts too. More disciplined in terms of what?
Discipline is an odd word with either party.
The manifesto , unanimous attitude of leaders towards manifesto, etc
I am not aware of an American Manifesto?
@bradmasteroccal- do you not think A party with No Manifesto, No Issue is strange to fight in election?
I assume you mean the candidates/party itself?
Easy answer. The Democrats.
I define discipline in this case as staying on message. The Democrats are phenomenal at framing their message and staying on point. Of course, they are helped by an unbelievably compliant press corps. But since the '90s, the Democrats have really made "messaging" an art form. They are fantastic at media relation, PR and imagery. When you're good at the "fluff stuff" you win a lot of elections these days.
CJ what is the democrat message currently?
Anti-capitalist. Bernie means it and Hillary just pretends. The 1% are killing America. Republicans hate women. Blah, blah. HRC is shameless about it.
CJ So, nothing that will help the country or the people. Any real plans, solutions in those disciplines. oh well.
CJ Kelly- yes, staying on point. Their stand is anti-capitalist. Is it problem or Solution?
Mahadeb, it is a problem for my party. I'm just looking at things from a purely political standpoint. Democrats have no real solutions or innovative ideas. Just lots of complaining. But I admire their ability to master PR in the digital age.
The Republicans seem to have gone off the rails lately, so that makes it the Democrats by default. Right now they are the least insane.
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