Democrats Party of the Rich, Not Republicans

For decades, we’ve all been told that the Republican Party is the party of the rich and that the Democratic Party is the party of the working class and poor. Even today we hear Democrats claiming that Republicans are giving tax breaks to the rich so they can get richer while the Democrats continue to work for middle and lower class Americans.

If you believe this then you have fallen victim to another liberal lie!

Earlier this year, The Gateway Pundit took a look at top donors to both political parties since 1989 and here is what they discovered:

A)Since 1989 Top DNC Donors have spent a total of $1,152,389,462.00(With a B)
B) Since 1989 Top RNC Donors have spent a total or $736,075,110.00 (With an M)
C) Committed Democrat donors have outspent committed Republican donors by nearly $486 million since 1989
D) Overall, the top ten DNC donors outspent the top ten RNC donors by nearly 2 to 1 since 1989
E) The largest committed DNC donor group has outspent the largest committed RNC donor group by 67% since 1989
F) Committed Republican donors tend to cross-donate to Democrats 32% MORE OFTEN THAN committed Democrats cross-donate to Republicans

From that analysis, who do you see as the party of the rich?

If that isn’t enough proof, then take a look at the members of Congress and the districts they represent. Would you believe that 8 of the 10 richest congressional districts, based upon average annual income per capita, are represented by Democrats and only 2 by Republicans?

Number one on the list of wealthiest districts is New York’s 12th congressional district represented by Democrat Rep. Carolyn Maloney. Number two on the list is California District 33, which includes most of Los Angeles, is represented by Democrat Rep Henry Waxman. Rep Nancy Pelosi comes in at number 8 on the list as she represents the San Francisco area.

The only two congressional districts to make the top 10 list are number seven, New Jersey District 7 represented by Republican Rep Leonard Lance. Number ten on the list is Virginia District 10 which is represented by Republican Rep Frank Wolf.

When you combine all 435 congressional districts, those represented by Democrats have an average annual income of over $1,000 higher than the districts represented by Republicans.

The statistics clearly reveal that Democrats are the political party of the rich, not Republicans. Don’t forget that it was the Democratic Party that fought for slavery and segregation. They really never have been friendly to blacks and the current policies of Barack Obama only reinforce that anti-black mentality of the party.

So why do most blacks and poorer Americans still vote for Democrats? Because they have been brainwashed into believing the Party’s lies and don’t take the time to find out for themselves what the real truth is. Consequently they continue to vote for the political party that works to enslave them.