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The Democratic point of view is that the Republicans are the party of "No," and progress will be severely impeded if Republicans gain a majority in Congress. Republicans will extend the tax cuts for everyone, including the rich. why though?

The Republican point of view is that if their party becomes a majority, that progress will continue. The deficit will decrease and the socialist tendencies of the Democrats will be thwarted. why though?

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