Has the Democratic Party denigrated to a party of can'ts, irresponsibility, & dependency? Why? Why
by Charles James 6 years ago
I am not an American, but what goes on in the USA is important to the world.Lincoln was a Republican and freed the slaves. One would expect black Americans to generally vote Republican. But they don't.How did this come about?
by Alexander A. Villarasa 6 years ago
Nowhere is the fact or truth of this assertion more evident than in the just concluded Democratic National Convention, when the convention chairman LA Mayor Villaraigosa decided to put to a general vote on the convention floor to re-instate the word God and Jerusalem( as the capital of Israel),...
by Origin 8 years ago
I thought about this years back, because it seems like a lot of people vote for whatever their political party is voting for, even though they may not entirely agree with it. What's your thoughts? Do you think if political parties didn't exist that governments would be better off? With that said,...
by feenix 6 years ago
Yes, the Democratic Party is U.S. blacks' worst enemy, and that is true because I have seen all the damage that party has done to black people with my own eyes. In fact, that party has inflicted more damage on U.S. black society than the whites who enslaved its forebears ever did. That is true...
by H P Roychoudhury 8 years ago
Why the Democratic Party did lose the iconic Seat of Massachusetts to Republican candidate?
by Hxprof 2 years ago
What is the likelihood of the Democratic Party imploding if Hillary Clinton is nominated?With Bernie Sanders clearly gaining popularity among party voters, would the nomination of Clinton split the party?
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