Why do Republicans continue to mischaracterize domestic reform efforts as big government spending? The Republican response to domestic reform is always couched in cynicism and socialism diatribes. Have they forgotten that the nature of a representative democracy includes policies to promote the general welfare? Recently, most Republicans have sounded like broken records, charging that Obama's policies are anti-American and too costly. The Republican strategy has been to simply say "No" to every reform policy.
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