What Left-Liberal-Democrat vs. Right-Conservative-Republican believe and stand for
Liberal Democrats: Strong support for equality, fairness, and protection.
Conservative Republicans: Strong support for loyality, individualism, and purity.
LEFT – DEMOCRAT
Socialism 65% ↑
Atheists 89% ↑
Legal Abortion 82% ↑
Same-sex marriage 88% ↑
Gun ownership 28%
Illegal Immigrants 81% ↑
Threat of Climate Change 78% ↑
Immigration Control (ICE) 51%
Police – Mostly Defund
5-Most contentious ideology between Right-Conservative and Left-Liberals
The pandemic and BLM riots exposed what Right-Conservatives and Left-Liberals stand for. Interestingly, vegans, animal rights activists, neo-feminists, trans people, and atheists are often far-left liberals. In comparison, conservatives are mostly religious people.
1. Socialism vs. Capitalism
On the other hand, “capitalism is an anti-poverty program,” said the democrat-led American experiment. PragerU’s video below explains why capitalism is pro-poor and better for the world.
2. Same-sex marriage vs. Traditional marriage
Republicans are mostly anti-gay marriage, but they’re neither anti nor pro-LGBTQ. The ideology of Conservative Republicans is mostly based on a religious stand.
However, media propaganda led many to believe they are “right-wingers” and “white supremacists.” The reason Conservatives are under attack, particularly Trump supporters. Hence the Trump Derangement Syndrome.
Many leftists imply right-wings are homophobic, which is untrue.
3. Abortion is Health Care vs. Pro-Life
A clear distinction is that the right-conservative believe that a fetus is human. Therefore it possesses certain inalienable rights, such as the right to live or be born.
4. Atheism and Religious tolerance
In 2019, Democrats moved to omit “One Nation Under God” from congressional proceedings. Republicans, on the other hand, want to continue the religious tradition of America found in the U.S. constitution, where the Bible is part of governance.
5. Voting Rights
In 2021 Democrat speaker Pelosi endorsed the ‘Voting Rights Bill. Earlier, her constituent proposed lowering the voting age to minors as young as 16 years old. Republicans opposed the proposals.
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