from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- MountDemocrat A peak, 4,315.1 m (14,148 ft) high, of central Colorado in the Park Range of the Rocky Mountains.
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- proper n. A member or supporter of the Democratic Party in the United States.
- proper n. A member or supporter of the Australian Democrats, a liberal political party.
- adj. Of or belonging to the Democratic Party in the United States.
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Sorry but (and idiots I will use the term Democrat party not because I am a Republican but because you will fail to respond to the insult like the weak wussies that you are) one cannot be on the defensive without losing.
Because the truth is, I'd much rather stick to my liberal principles than robotically stick to the label Democrat when it's being rendered meaningless.
The Massachusetts Democrat is one of the three openly gay members of the House; the other two are Tammy Baldwin, a Wisconsin Democrat, and Jim Kolbe, an Arizona Republican.
Hopefully, without the baggage of the label Democrat which, I suspect, prevents 50%+ of Republicans from ever voting for even the most promising candidate, and without social issues to divide, they can win their home states again.
And stop running around with the label Democrat, Republican.
The term Democrat was gradually substituted under the leadership of Jackson before 1830.
You get upset with the term Democrat but think nothing of personally calling another person all those names.
You get upset with the term Democrat but think nothing of personally calling another person all those names. alpuz3 Says:
Since then, Repuglican Senators, Representatives, and talking heads virtually always use the term Democrat party as an ongoing sign of contempt.
Davis has played down the impact of race in his run but acknowledged that being a Democrat is a challenge in Alabama.