Lets do a little A and B’ing.

So, let’s compare.

Let’s compare party policy or as they use to say, platforms. Comparing what Republicans want from an election and their candidates versus the Democrat proposed policies or party platform and their candidates. Look this up from a credible source or call your respective party or candidate to verify.

This is policy and programs each party wants:

Dems, repair of roads, bridges, railroads, airports, levies lakes or waterways.

Republicans: Tax cuts for corporations and wealthy individuals.

Dems: Free community colleges, pay increase for public school teachers, and smaller classroom headcount.

Republicans: More tax cuts for corporations and wealthy individuals. Plus total control of congress.

Dems: Improve and make more affordable health care for the working poor and working middle class.

Republicans: Tax cuts for the rich and eliminate taxes for corporation. Repeal Obamacare.

Dems: Create more jobs with renewable energy companies. Solar and wind. Further develop hydrogen and geothermal energy sources.

Republicans: Promote tax cuts for corporations. Reduce tax burden for the rich. Open up more off-shore drilling.

Dems: Reduce air and water pollution. Replace old water aqueducts and lead pipes.

Republicans: Exempt most major multinational corporations from paying taxes. Take away the inheritance tax.

Dems: Allow women to decide for themselves what to do with pregnancy issues.

Republicans: Tax cuts for the rich. Reverse Roe versus Wade decision in the Supreme Court.

Dems: Create a fair system for creating congressional districts. Make voting easier by allowing people to register and vote either in person or by mail. Just as Ronald Reagan had suggested.

Republicans: Reduce taxes for major corporations. Pass state laws to reduce voting fraud. Restrict voting by mail.

Dems: Guarantee civil rights to all with no exceptions.

Republicans: Corporations should never pay taxes. Never say Gay or LGTQ in school. Disallow race or gender to be part of public education.

Dems: Protect our national forests and public parklands. Hire more park rangers.

Republicans: Cutting taxes for corporation will create more jobs. Allow more oil drilling in Alaska and finish the pipeline from Canada to the gulf.

Dems: Protect consumers from banking and loan fraud. Reduce excessive loan interest rates. Get rid of payday lenders especially near military bases.

Republicans: A tax cut for corporations would reduce product and service costs. Eliminate any out-of-touch government bureau that stands in the way of capitalism. Get rid of pesky regulations that encumber good business practices.

Dems: Encourage helpful laws and good legislation. Keep an eye out for corrupt legislators.

Republicans: Just do what party leadership demands and cut taxes.

Dems: Recognize the fact we were all immigrants at one time in our ancestors past. Allowing asylum-seekers to enter our bountiful land. We need the ambition, help, and the talent.

Republicans: Finish building the ‘big beautiful wall’ on our south border. Taking moneys to build it from any government source. But whatever we do never tax the rich.

Now, it is up to you to verify what each party stands for. Read the newspapers. Forget any cable news. Including MSNBC, CNN, and Fox. Forget party registration. Vote for what your neighbors need and America needs.

Published by OkieMan

I come from a family who migrated from the parched red dirt Plaines of southern rural Oklahoma. Migrating to blue collar working class community of East Los Angeles. There is where I was born. I am Mr. Writermelon. I can only write what my grammar and spell checker allows. I am neither profound nor profane. Boy howdy! Send comment to: Mr.writermelon@gmail.com

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