Question by  harry75 (41)

What are the Democratic Party's beliefs?

I am doing a school report on both parties and need some help.


Answer by  JasonHadley (245)

Generally speaking, the Democratic Party believes that most, if not all, problems have a one common aspect with respect to the solution and that is Government. They consistently believe that for any and all social problems that exist, Government is part of the solution. They believe in continuously expanding the role of Government.


Answer by  LisaLisa (122)

Democrats believe in big government,they border on socialism. They will raise taxes to fulfill the need for money to run social programs. Their values are notlike founding fathers.


Answer by  kmbeck (21)

The Democratic Party believes in providing the maximum benefit to the less fortunate. They also believe in taking from those that have plenty and giving it to those that don't have enough; kind of like modern day Robin Hoods.


Answer by  Fleshj (403)

In general, the Democrats belief in a centralized government solution to problems. For instance nationalized Health Care, education, welfare, and social security. They tend to solve problems by national regulation (as opposed to decentralized State solutions). Normally, their power base is Unions, minorities, education and Law professionals. They tend to be opposed by military, police, farmers, and business professionals.

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farmers would be npowhere w/out gov't funding, who else is going to support the military financially, what business profession hasn't sought former lobbists for assistance? your comment is very one sided.  add a comment

Answer by  Anonymous

Government should respect and protect individual rights and freedom Government must work for the common good. Government should play a role in alleviating poverty and social injustice and use a system of progressive taxation. The government should not endorse or favor any religion above another.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

1. Government exists to provide a safety net so that no one hits bottom. Examples: Food stamps and minimum income payments for the poor. 2. Greater emphasis on group rights.


Answer by  Anonymous

The democratic party is very liberal and believes the government is the soluton for everything. They would like to nationalize everything and take control. They don't believe in strong state government.


Answer by  Anonymous

The Democratic party believes in community over individuality and togetherness and cooperation over competition and struggle.


Answer by  Anonymous

Hello fellow missinformed conservatives. You are nice people who need to read the constitution because everything you believe is constitutional is hog wash. Almost every founding father was democrat and would hang your GOP leaders for treason if they was alive today. Read the constitution and vote.


Answer by  Anonymous

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Answer by  yaomingjr32 (120)

"The Democratic Party is one of the two major contemporary political parties in the United States, along with the Republican Party. It is the oldest political party in continuous operation in the United States and it is one of the oldest parties in the world. In the American political spectrum, the party's platform is considered center-left. "

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Answer by  Anonymous

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