Who the Democratic Party and the Republican Party Stand For in the United States

Today the Republican Party and the Democratic Party stand for two different things in the United States of America.

Here is what the Republican Party stands for:

This is a picture of former President Ronald Reagan’s cabinet.¬† When Republicans think of who best represents them, they think of their hero Mr. Reagan. A picture of Mr. Reagan’s cabinet thus represents the type of administration Republicans would have in their ideal world (under their champion Mr. Reagan).

The Democratic Party is rather different from the Republican Party.

Here is what the Democratic Party stands for:

This is a picture of President Barack Obama’s cabinet. The Democratic Party of today is the party of current President Barack Obama; when Americans think of the Democratic Party, they think of Mr. Obama. Mr. Obama’s cabinet therefore provides an effective illustration of who the Democratic Party represents.

Tomorrow the American people will choose between these two contrasting visions of America.

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One Response to Who the Democratic Party and the Republican Party Stand For in the United States

  1. The Center Square says:

    I can’t say I agree with the implication of your post. Cabinet diversity is just an empty symbol. Ideas and actions are what matter. If Reagan had pursued Reagan policies, albeit with a highly diverse cabinet, would you feel differently? I wouldn’t either.

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