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Motivated more by partisan politics and hatred of traditional America than by national security, today's Democratic leaders see America as an occupier, not a liberator. They see America as the root cause of terroristic acts around the world, not the enemy of evil.

     What Happened To The Democratic Party? A Brief History

To prove the Demcratic party (the leaders of the party) do not represent American values and is not an American party at all, lets take a look at its’ history. This brief summary will illustrate its’ beliefs when it was first created compared to its’ beliefs today. This small history lesson will make up for the lack of history taught in our government-run schools supported by Democrats.

In the late 1700's, started the first political party with the conviction that the federal government was assuming too much power over domestic policy and should be stopped. This party became known as the "Democratic" party when candidate Andrew Jackson became President in 1828. Jackson was known as a man of the people. He took the Democratic party that Jefferson and his elite collegues had formed and turned it over to the citizens of the United States.

[Today’s Democratic party conviction is, it doesn’t have enough power yet over domestic policy and denies any input from the citizens of the United States. It wants to mandate a minimum wage; create socialized medical care; control where we can extract our natural resources, if at all; to oppose privatized retirement (social security); to oppose school vouchures; refuse to recognize private property rights and punish achievement (unfair tax code).]

In the 1830s, under presidents Andrew Jackson and Martin Van Buren, the Democratic Party developed the characteristics it retained until the end of the century. It was willing to use national power in foreign affairs when American interests were threatened, but in economic and social policy it stressed the responsibility of government to act cautiously, if at all. Democrats argued that the national government should do nothing the states could do for themselves, and the states nothing that localities could do.

[Today, the Democratic partry refuses to use any national power in foreign affairs where American interest are threatened. It becomes defensive and intimidating if there is even a suggestion that the government should stay out of economic and social policy. Now, the government (Democratic party) can’t do enough to impose it’s iron fist over the states.]

During the late 1800s through 1912, the traditional Democrats behind New York’s Grover Cleveland, who was president from 1885 to 1889 and from 1893 to 1897 stayed Strong in their memories of Jackson and the Civil War, they still espoused the conventional policies of limited government activities.

[Now the Democratic party can't expand the government fast enough. Any intrusion in our life, nine times out of ten, was introduced by a today's Democrat (Socialist.]



 

 


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