America's Different Political Parties and Their Views
1. America's Different Political Parties and Their Views
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This hub is being made to describe all of America's political parties.
America is not just Democrat and Republican. I will explain the differences in all.
Scroll down and learn about the political parties of the United States
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The Top Two
It is considered the Grand Old Party; or GOP. They were founded in 1854 and are considered
conservative. Most believe in supply-side economics.
They are also based on social conservatism which to put simply is: Enforcing traditional values to
keep the population in line. You can see this in examples such as abortion and gun rights.
It is between Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney and Ron Paul for 2012
They are the oldest party in the United States. They have always been viewed as liberal.
Early on they were known for supporting the farmers, laborers, unions, etc...
Lately they have taken on a socially progressive stand. They advocate social freedoms, affirmative
action, and free enterprise tempered slightly by government interaction.
Barak Obama and Joe Biden are the candidates for 2012.
The Big Three
I would call this party ultra-conservative. They are pro-life, anti gun control, anti tax, anti
immigration, anti new-world order, anti United nation.
Howard Phillips founded the party in 1992.
Robby Wells is the candidate for the Constitution party in 2012.
This party has grown and http://www.albertagolf.org/ grown. Considered a very "save our planet"
party. They are considered very far left.
2. The party is very well known since Ralph Nader joined their ranks.
The candidates this year for the Green party are Kent Mesplay and Jill Stein.
Started in 1971, Libertarians are neither left nor right.
They stand for all out individual rights. They are pro-choice, pro-gay marriage, pro-home schooling,
anti-gun control, etc...
The Libertarian candidates this year is RJ Harris.