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For the people who write definitions for Republican,see Democrat.
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Conservative Party member. Leaning farther and farther to the Right (Not Correct, just Right Side of the Road). Influenced heavily by the Tea Party and fear of anything and everything Not American, White Bread or Christian. All of those things are nice but there is a whole world of intelligence, art, culture and history to explore and learn from. Don't get me wrong, I am 100% against terrorism but I am not 100% everybody but us.
Dick Cheney, the Great Republican.
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While it is true that the Republican party used to be the party of Lincoln, and that a higher percentage of Republicans voted for the 1964 civil rights bill than Democrats, modern day Republicans are very different.

In 1964 Democrats from northern states voted almost unanimously for the civil rights bill, Democrats from the south voted almost unanimously against it. The Democrats who opposed civil rights were southern conservatives, they would be Republicans today.

Strom Thurmond was a Democrat, he left the Democratic party in 1964 specifically because he opposed civil rights for blacks. Charles Pickering, the conservative judge appointed to a federal appeals court by GW Bush during a senate recess was a Democrat and switched to the Republican party in 1964, specifically because he opposed civil rights for African Americans. Many Republicans who supported civil rights became Democrats in 1964.

Look at a map of former slave states and compare it to a map of the 2004 electoral college results. Notice a pattern? Ohio, Indiana and Iowa changed from free states in 1861 to Republican states in 2004, Maryland and Delaware changed from slave states in 1861 to Democratic states in 2004. Except for those 5 states, the maps match up exactly.

2004 Electoral College Map:
http://tinyurl.com/byzvj
1861 Slave State Map:
http://tinyurl.com/5zdj3
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Someone who believes that guns are sacred, unborn babies are more sacred than born babies (especially born babies who are minorities, children of immigrants, or in a poor family), and corporations are people but should not be taxed like people. They also support low taxes for the rich, and higher taxes for everyone else to pay for the reduced taxes on the rich. They also support Trump no matter how badly he acts, and wouldn't impeach him if he murdered someone.
Republicans won the Senate this midterm, but Democrats won the House.
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Noun/adjective

1: A word used as an insult to replace words such as 'retarded' and 'gay'.

2. A word to describe something as shitty, 'gay' or 'retarded', stupid, nonsensical, outrageous, etc., because the definitions of all of those words are fitting adjectives to describe a Republican.
1. "I hate you. You're so republican"

2. Person 1: "I just got 6 months detention for t.p.ing the school's trees"
Person 2: "That's republican"
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A national empire dedicated to the entertainment of people everywhere. Producing a record-setting 42 gaffes per minute, or GPM, the Republican party has been entertaining the general public with lies and promises so false that they can't be true. They've been responsible for the work of artists such as George W. "Mission accomplished!" Bush and Mitt "Gaffe-tastic!" Romney.
Republican Mitt Romney Republican George W. "Mission Accomplished" Bush Republicans have been providing entertainment for the US for hundreds of years! Hey, who clogged up the Republican again? Excuse me, I need to use the Republican Mom! The Republican's full of shit again!
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While it is true that the Republican party used to be the party of Lincoln, and that a higher percentage of Republicans voted for the 1964 civil rights bill than Democrats, modern day Republicans are very different.

In 1964 Democrats from northern states voted almost unanimously for the civil rights bill, Democrats from the south voted almost unanimously against it. The Democrats who opposed civil rights were southern conservatives, they would be Republicans today.

Strom Thurmond was a Democrat, he left the Democratic party in 1964 specifically because he opposed civil rights for blacks. Charles Pickering, the conservative judge appointed to a federal appeals court by GW Bush during a senate recess was a Democrat and switched to the Republican party in 1964, specifically because he opposed civil rights for African Americans. Many Republicans who supported civil rights became Democrats in 1964.

Look at a map of former slave states and compare it to a map of the 2004 electoral college results. Notice a pattern? Ohio, Indiana and Iowa changed from free states in 1861 to Republican states in 2004, Maryland and Delaware changed from slave states in 1861 to Democratic states in 2004. Except for those 5 states, the maps match up exactly.

2004 Electoral College Map:
http://tinyurl.com/byzvj
1861 Slave State Map:
http://tinyurl.com/5zdj3
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