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What is the republican plan for making Americans life better?

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Getting government out of our lives, pocketbooks, bedrooms and markets would be a great start. The less they take from the private economy, the more we have for wages and expansion.
1. A robust energy plan that will lower costs for all Americans. Current Democrat plans will cost poor people $3-4k/yr.
2. A real jobs program, not the phony do-nothing administration "plan". The return to 5% unemployment will help us balance the budget.
3. Not using the IRS to punish the opposition. This will happen only if Congress acts to make it illegal (it needs more legislation defining violation and assigning punishment).
4. Getting rid of Obamacare and its costs, replacing it with a cheaper and easier-to-run plan, likely one of vouchers and tax credits.
5. Re-authorizing college grant and loan program.
6. Running a balanced budget and freezing federal hiring until the budget is balanced.

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Your plan doesn't jive with the GOP's, unless you apply some broad interpretations. Regarding your points, the GOP would..
1) Remove all EPA restrictions on energy producers and allow them unlimited access to natural resources.
2) The GOP doesn't have a jobs program, unless reducing corporate taxes is considered a "jobs program".
3) The only thing that needs to change is a strict adherence to the "exclusively" term in the 501's. <--- (that's me, not the GOP).
4) The GOP has no healthcare plan.
5) Is nonsensical. (the GOP never liked the Pell, and we still have a student loan program)
6) Except for corporate welfare and unlimited defense spending.

"Trickle-down" economics just doesn't work, it's been shown time after time in the last 2 decades that reducing taxes on corporations and the top 1% just allows them to hoard their wealth in offshore accounts.
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http://www.gop.gov/jobs/
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This answers almost every point you said.
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As to college loans, the Republican proposal is Obama's own position. http://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jun/13/gop-tests-democrats-on-college-loan-issue/?page=all
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Well...I don't really know much about Politics, but i do want a good, strong military, navy, and air force. I would like lower taxes, and no president that spends $100,000,000 on vacation.
And i disagree with gay marriage and abortions.
That's me.

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How do u have low taxes and a strong military?
How spent one hundred million on vacations?
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During election years,both parties announce goals to make life better, although they do not reveal how they plan to do it. Which leaves us with one option, vote, and hope. When a politician promises to do something, if we elect him or her, just once , I would like them to tell how they will do it. "A goal with no plan, is nothing but a wish"I don't remember who said that, but I like it.

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Antonine de saint Exupery said that he was a French writer
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Yes, now I remember, thank you!!
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Basically shiny's answer...

What is the Democrat's plan?

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Spend more and bail out Detroit again. It worked so good the first time why not do it again.
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Lol indeed
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The GOP is only against things nowadays, you could fill a page if the question was "What is the GOP against?" The few things they seem to be for aren't beneficial to the average American. They're for reducing taxes and regulations on corporations. They're "Pro-life" (except when it comes to the death penalty and unregulated gun violence) They seem to love the 2nd amendment and have nothing but contempt for all the other amendments.
If you earn more than 7 figures a year or more, and have no compassion for the less fortunate of society, the GOP is for you. Basically they seem to want to return to the late 19th century in almost every aspect of public affairs, and they respect the survival of the fittest mentality.

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The details have yet to be revealed but the plan seems to involve a time machine set for the Disney version of the 50's.

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