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1. A individual who a part of the democratic party, and wants change like the homeless.

2. A person who believes his party was created to liberate blacks from slavery when it was obviously the republican party.

3. An idiot of no medical background thinking its perfectly reasonable to mash a human being's body threw a tube causing the baby much pain when the baby can be born and put up for adoption. If the mother would die during birth, than the doctor would perform a C-section because we are in the 21st century not the 19th

Post Script: Masturbating and eating eggs are not the same both of these do not contain living creature besides semen which contains millions of cells which have to enter an egg to begin to develop. While eggs are food for the baby chick to eat and develop in, and does not contain any living creature till fertilized.

4. Most in the country which means most of Jay Leno's Jaywalkers. People who think they know more about the government than George Bush but have never met the man. People who think standing up with almost the whole world watching your every move is and easy ordeal.

5. Sheep

Post Script:If you don't get this joke you should not be commenting on anything ever.
"Man, this guy ran into me yelling about change. Was he homeless?"
"Nope he's a democrat"
by Smarterthanyou22 July 08, 2009
 
1.
The United States Democratic Party. Usually characterized by beliefs such as:

- personal privacy rights, including legalized abortion and gay marriage
- protection of civil liberties
- protection of the enviornment
- multilateral foreign policy
- extensive government services, such as health care, education, and welfare
- tax system that causes the rich to pay more taxes to pay for above government services

There are currently 202 Democrats in the House of Representatives and 44 in the Senate.
This is a neutral definition of the word Democrat. Urban Dictionary should be about defining words, not advancing a point of view.
by AlexdB December 30, 2005
 
2.
An idealistic, supposedly liberal political party that alienates all moderates with its stubbornness, hence a jackass as the mascot.

For example, many moderate liberals find themselves alienated by the extreme liberals' insistence on political correctness and intolerance to religion.

As one party in the two-party system in America, they are half of the problem.

Antonym: Republican
bias mothafuckers (democrats and republicans) should do some thinking for themselves instead of using websites such as urbandictionary for propaganda. give tolerance a chance or something like that
by m4rx0rz July 03, 2006
 
3.
Those who vote based on irrelevant factors (id est, gender, race, charisma, et cetera).
"As a Democrat, I voted for Barrack, because we need a black man in the White House."
by T.T.T. March 28, 2009
 
4.
A member of the Democratic party, one of the two major political parties. Similarly to Republicans, they blame all of the world's problems on the other party.
Stereotypically, Democrats are hippies.
by Conspiracy Theorist June 01, 2007
 
5.
The political party opposite the Republican party. Their beliefs are that everyone should live on welfare, and no one should be too rich. That it's OK to kill innocent unborn children, but killing serial killers is bad. And that Socialism is OK, as long as you call it "change." Their mascot is a donkey, and it suits them.
He's a democrat. He thinks everyone should be the working class, even though they rightfully earn their money
by lost.x.3 September 11, 2008
 
6.
a member of the more liberal of the two major political parties.
this definition of democrat is not a rant
by Zarquon October 14, 2006
 
7.
Democrat A person who blames everything on George Bush, look up George Bush on here and all you will see is Bashings, and then look up clinton (Bill) and they will be ready to suck on his penis.
Teacher: Who Caused World War II class?
Student: I Believe it was caused by-
Teacher: George Bush EXACTLY, son of a bitch hates blacks and shit because I am a democrat and this is my point of view.
by Sebastian Stewart February 06, 2008