Abortion, Gay Marriage, And The Legalization Of Marijuana

2946 Words Dec 2nd, 2014 12 Pages
In today’s culture, there are several controversies that drive the forefront of social gatherings, private debate, and especially political races. Whether you know it or not, if you assimilate into society in anyway, you probably have an opinion on some issues in today’s culture. Some major topics in today’s news are abortion, gay marriage, and the legalization of marijuana. These issues have increasingly divided us as a society, and have also infiltrated into our political affiliation. The two major parties, Democrats and Republicans, have never been able to see eye to eye on theses issues as they deeply involve moral and negative culture impact.
Today, we will decipher the core beliefs and values of each party and also a potential compromise that could take the key points of each party’s platform and figure out a solution that would finally resolve the majority of conflict between the two parties. A brief history and explanation of the two parties is detrimental to successfully explaining where they stand on the issues. The Democratic Party is infamous for being the party of everything blue, donkey, and for choice and freedom. This party upholds a strong passion for the rights of mankind and helping those less fortunate. They are built upon the structure that a larger government can best serve the people by providing a mass, nation-wide standard in the best interests of the population.1 Some examples include national healthcare, education, free sexual wellness care, and…

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