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ENG: The Democratic Party is one of the two major contemporary political parties in the United States along with the Republican Party. Since the 1930s, the party has promoted a socially liberal and progressive platform, and its Congressional caucus is composed of progressives, liberals, and centrists. The party has the lengthiest record of continuous operation in the United States and is among the oldest political parties in the world. Current President of the United States Barack Obama is the 15th Democrat to hold the office of Presidency. As of the 113th Congress following the 2012 elections, the Democratic Party currently holds a minority of seats in the House of Representatives and a majority of seats in the Senate, as well as a minority of state governorships and control of a ...
for2against   Debts and crises do not suddenly arise, it's a proces of the long term by cutting laws and bad management; it's not just the democrats fault that we face a crisis today., Galileo
for1against   When you talk about debt, i rather think it's the republicans fault with their lack of rules towards the financial system then the fault of the democrats., Galileo
for6against   Fundamental principles don't see that they have anymore. Many bad causes and compromising with things that hurt us., joycewgreene
for3against   I will not vote for any party that expands goverment, increases our debt, increases taxes regardless of how good the intentions may be. Don"t get me started on ethics either!, Bgoodwin
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Democrats Destroying U.S.

LETTER from MICHAEL WALZ: America is being destroyed by Democrats. The Democratic Party should be illegal because it endangers the United States of America. Absolutely 100 percent of our situation is due to inhumane behavior on the part of Democrats. All right-thinking people should be aware that Medicare and Medicaid, and all of Social Security, are an evil Socialist plot to destroy our nation. By any definition this is inhumane. First, these horrors are stealing money from the job creators. Second, this is inhumane as it helps the unproductive. It is time to pull off the ...

Social Democratic agenda

The standard view I encounter is that the left has a once in a generation (maybe once in a century) opportunity to enact its agenda, and if we don't do it now, and quickly, we're sunk. I'm sympathetic to this view because it's true that crisis really does create opportunity, because conservatism really is as discredited as its been in decades, and because the American constitutional system is so unruly and hostile to change that electoral alignments like the one Democrats currently enjoy are rare.But there's also the possibility that we're at the beginning of a long era of social democratic ...

Some Dems want brake in Obama action

Barack Obama’s Big Bang Theory of Governance is starting to face its first big test among the new president’s fellow Democrats.At the White House Tuesday morning, Obama began the day with a sharp push-back against the idea that his far-reaching agenda on health care, energy and other initiatives is too much, too soon.As Obama’s remarks echoed on Capitol Hill, it soon became clear that the skeptics are not just Republicans.There is rising doubt among Democrats — particularly moderates already concerned about the big costs and deficits called for in Obama’s budget ...

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DNC Chair Statement on the House Budget Passage
Washington, DC – After House Republicans passed their budget last night, DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz released the following statement: “Budgets show the values of the people who propose them, and the latest House Republican budget shows exactly what congressional Republicans and the Republican presidential hopefuls stand for - continuing backwards policies that benefit the wealthiest few at the expense of the middle class, at the expense of our seniors, and at the expense of young people. While Democrats continue to pursue policies that help the middle class and move the country forward, Republicans campaigning for President will have to explain to voters why their party is voucherizing Medicare, freezing Pell Grants, and hurting hardworking Americans instead of building a middle class economy. These are going to be the central questions of the 2016 election, and Republicans better start attempting to explain themselves now.”
DNC Chair Rep. Wasserman Schultz’s Statement on the Retirement of Senator Harry Reid
Washington, DC – DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz released the following statement on Harry Reid’s announcement that he will not seek re-election to the Senate in 2016: "Senator Harry Reid is a committed fighter for the people of Nevada, and he embodies the true definition of a thoughtful public servant and a pragmatic politician. As the leader of Senate Democrats for the past decade, he shepherded some of our greatest legislative achievements on behalf of the American people, including the Affordable Care Act and Wall Street reform. "On a personal note, Harry Reid has stepped up to help me pass critical legislation through the Senate, from swimming pool safety to save children's lives, to my EARLY Act breast cancer legislation, which he added to the Affordable Care Act, helping young breast cancer patients and survivors. It has been an honor to get to know him and fight by his side. "From Searchlight to the Senate, he has been a tireless advocate for impro
Women’s History Month
  I have been thinking about Women’s History Month and how to mark its passing for a while. This month has always been a time of reflection, a chance to look back on all that women have accomplished for themselves and the contributions they have made to American history.  Which is why I jumped at the opportunity to sit down with four inspiring women DNC Caucus and Council Chairs at the DNC’s Winter Meeting and discuss what Women’s History Month means to them. Bel Leong-Hong, Iris Martinez, Betty Richie, and Virgie Rollins have been working for American women from all backgrounds and walks of life for decades, and they are happy to share their war stories, with much humor, with the next generation. There’s no doubt that “we haven’t come as far as we think,” DNC Rural Council Chair Betty Richie explained to me.  Whether in boardrooms or at the ballot box, the barriers that women still face are on her mind. Bel Leong-Hong
DNC Vice Chair Statement on Governor Mike Pence Signing SB 101
Washington, DC – In response to Indiana Governor Mike Pence signing SB 101, a bill that could allow Indiana businesses to deny services to customers based on sexual orientation, DNC Vice Chair, President of the Association of State Democratic Chairs, New Hampshire Democratic Party Chair, and Member of the DNC’s LGBT Caucus Ray Buckley released the following statement: “In the face of opposition from Indiana’s LGBT community, Indiana’s business community, and the majority of Americans who believe a business should not be able to refuse services to individuals because they are gay or lesbian, Governor Mike Pence and the Republican Party decided to move forward with a damaging bill that turns back the clock on the progress we have made for LGBT equality. “By signing this blatantly discriminatory bill that will only drive business out of his state, Pence reminds every Hoosier and every American that the Republican Party is more focused on its ideolog

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