US Democratic Party

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The US Democratic Party is one of the two ruling parties in the United States's two-party political system, the other being the US Republican Partys.

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  • tend to be hostile towards large or expensive engineering projects (e.g. nuclear power), while the Republicans tend to be hostile towards science
  • tend to favor projects which improve sustainability on any level
  • favors civil liberties, environmental conservation

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  • "How the hell did Democrats become the party of puritan conservative values?" -- David Brin

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  • 2014-04-11 [L..T] Dems run on, not from, the ACA "The conventional wisdom on the politics of health care is so widely accepted, it usually goes unchallenged. Democrats – especially vulnerable, red-state Democrats – will be desperate to avoid the Affordable Care Act this election year, eager to talk about anything but the health care law."
  • 2014-03-31 [L..T] The Debate: Independence or Partisanship "Finally there is a much needed debate about the relationship that people who are working for progressive change should have with the Democratic Party. This is a debate that has existed at the edges, in email discussions and private conversations, but is now moving to center stage."

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