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Democtras and Republicans Pivot Strategy

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Started: 8/25/2015 Category: Politics
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Gabyfink

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Would you agree with this statement: Democrats' political campaigns focus in inwards policital issues ("indoor issues" I would say) such as employment, income per capita, positive actions, while Republicans base their campaigns in outwards issues ("outdoors" compelling topics, such as strategic position in the middle east; frontiers with Mexico; immigration, etc). Do you agree with this pattern?
masterdrave

Con

Not really, no.
Debate Round No. 1
Gabyfink

Pro

Well: if you will accept a "fallacy ad hominen" I'm not alone in this thinking, take a look to the opinions expressed in PBS http://www.pbs.org...
And it's not just because the comentators cited above say so, but it's also my personal humble opinion: every time that it comes a primary elections time, call it: Marco Rubio, Mike Huckabee or Donald Trump, is all about what are our troops doing in Afganistan, or what the solutions might be to deal with illegal immigration. I'll make a question that might result a little bit incendiary: might be this focus on the foreign matters a smoke curtain to hide their inefficiency to solve dimestic matters?
Debate Round No. 2
Gabyfink

Pro

Alright. Can you mention at least five Major domestic policies reforms announced by the republican candidates? (Other than reduce taxes and revoke the Obama Care law)?
masterdrave

Con

masterdrave forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 3
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