Republicans are fighting a battle against the poor and underpaid. Republicans have clearly decided the War on the old, Poor, women, woman's rights ,Hispanics, is good politics and the only concern they have is the wage at the top 1 %. We have 46 million Americans live in poverty. We see this clearly everyday with the largest employer Wal-Mart and Mc Donald's has 80 % of its employees on food stamps and showing more profit than ever before. Both taking federal tax payer subsidies second to non from the tax coffers. A line in the sand has been clearly drawn and it looks like we are on our own to overcome the needs of the people. The income of the top 1% nearly quadrupled from 1979 to 2007, but the typical family’s incomes barely budged.
Thats been all over the news for quite some time now. And i should also point out the glaring double standard that any spending on social programmes or infrastructure maintenance is "deficit spending" that we cant afford; but theres no such thing as "deficit spending" on wars, prisons, surveillance, etc.
Just because a party doesn't like abortion and doesn't like tax increases doesn't mean that they're alienating them and wagon political war against them. It just means that they have different opinions then them. I could say that Democrats think it's a good policy to wage war on Christians, gun owners and people with a work ethic. But that's just my opinion.
There's no evidence of any deliberate battle against any group the proposition stated, and it's just plain idiotic to think that in a Republic waging a war against 99.98% of the population is "good politics." The proposition is stupid and the supporter has shown nothing of substance with which to back it.
People are allowed to create wealth by means of work, giving money to the poor (people who do not produce for society) is okay but when that is taxpayers' money (money from those who produce from society) you are basically just giving an incentive to not work, which inevitably destroys the economy. It is immoral as well.