Primer: The Differences Between Democrats and Republicans


Democrats: A left-leaning political party full of bleeding-heart pansies who are all high on the devil’s lettuce.

Republicans: A right-leaning political party packed with rednecks who love guns and God, in that order.


Democrats: The Democratic party was founded as the dying wish of Karl Marx in 1883, who wanted to infiltrate the once God-fearing nation with his evil Communist ideas. With the help of dark, mystical incantations and the full forces of the armies of hell, he succeeded in establishing a Commie foothold in the U.S., and the Democratic party was born.

Republicans: The Republicans can trace their origins all the way back to one fateful day in 1987 on which President Ronald Reagan reclined on the Oval Office sofa to watch the revered Chuck Norris film The Delta Force on VHS. Touched by Norris’ patriotic mowing down of scores of evil Lebanese terrorists, Reagan declared the birth of a new party: the Republicans.


Democrats: Gun control, abortion, big government. Against war when a Republican is in office, gung-ho war hawks when a Democrat is in office.

Republicans: Second Amendment, pro-life, 1% smaller government than Democrats prefer. Always for war.


Democrats: Beelzebub, Cthulhu, Azathoth, Jafar, Judas Iscariot, Joseph Stalin.

Republicans: Adolf Hitler, Chuck freakin’ Norris, Kanye West (we think).


Democrats: The West Wing, CNN, The Communist Manifesto.

Republicans: Fine cultural achievements like Roseanne and Last Man Standing.


Democrats: “I’m With Her” T-shirt, Barack Obama “Hope” tattoo on lower back, copy of The God Delusion tucked under arm.

Republicans: Profile picture depicting Caucasian Jesus wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat.

There are no third political options: you have to cast in with one of the two establishment parties, as the good Lord intended. Pick a party, join up, and start slinging mud at the other side, just like Jesus taught!

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Sean Dempsey
Sean Dempsey moved to New Hampshire as one of the first 100 ‘Free Staters.’ He unabashedly believes in the US Constitution and the message and principles enshrined by its founders. Sean believes the country in which we live needs to re-examine what Jefferson, Washington, Franklin, and Adams believed (and were willing to die for). The message of freedom is not a tag line or something to be embarrassed by, but is sacrosanct and more important than ever!

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