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  • Dana 2012/03/20 18:29:20
    American
    Dana
    +7
    This is tough. Everyone who knows me, knows I am a die hard liberal democrat. But, honestly... as bad as the corruption in the GOP is, I honestly believe that many many criminals are democrats too.

    My neighbors taught me this, politically we vote the same. But they are the most corrupt evil people I know. And their best pals, other neighbors here, also vote dem. But add in the other crazy one is a tea bagger.

    So, for me, evil corruption can go either way. Greed knows no bounds. Sad but true.

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  • Carol 2012/03/25 17:35:48
    Republican
    Carol
    +1
    No question.
  • CAROLYN NTARWNJBS 2012/03/21 23:03:42
    Republican
    CAROLYN NTARWNJBS
    +1
    You betcha! lol
  • scbluesman13 2012/03/21 22:32:23
    Republican
    scbluesman13
    +2
    I believe both parties have many criminals in high political offices, but if the real question is which party has more dangerous demagogues - definitely republicans.
  • CAROLYN... scblues... 2012/03/21 22:40:38
  • SEAL76 2012/03/21 15:32:06
    Democrat
    SEAL76
    I despise both parties. I'll bet that that the Dems have a few more the Reps.
  • Cathy 2012/03/21 14:50:50
    American
    Cathy
    +1
    Our government is full of corruptions and so are some individuals as well.
  • ur XLNC-PWCM 2012/03/21 13:57:05
    American
    ur XLNC-PWCM
    +1
    THIS is a tough question! How to answer depends on how 'criminal' is being defined. That being said, I am going to define criminal, in THIS context, as ANY elected one that is making a career out of incumbency. So, to determine which party has MORE criminals, count up the number of incumbents that have more than 2 terms in office, and you will, according to my definition, know which of the 2 major party's is more criminally inclined.

    I'm leaving ideology OUT of this, because that's another kettle of rotten fish that just stinks!
  • aneed2know 2012/03/21 06:52:12
    American
    aneed2know
    +2
    crime does not have a political affiliation, anyone can be a criminal regardless of color, ideology, religion or sex.
  • \V/ aneed2know 2012/03/21 20:42:30
  • aneed2know \V/ 2012/03/22 08:55:59
    aneed2know
    +2
    sounds great to me
  • \V/ aneed2know 2012/03/22 08:58:35
  • ehrhornp 2012/03/21 06:51:36
    Republican
    ehrhornp
    +1
    Not only criminals but hypocrites by far.
  • John Galt jr or Ron/jon 2012/03/21 04:40:24
  • The Thinking Woman 2012/03/21 02:32:59
    Republican
    The Thinking Woman
    +2
    sounds right to me.
  • stevmackey 2012/03/21 02:23:07
    American
    stevmackey
    I believe the ball tosses to both sides. However, more liberals do drugs, so this would lead to theft. It would enrich pawnshops. A conservative believes in work. A liberal believes that they own everything you do.Therefore it is proper to steal.
  • Colbert stevmackey 2012/03/21 04:22:28
    Colbert
    However, more conservatives do drugs. A liberal believes in liberty and freedom. A conservative only says he or she does as he and she remove your rights. Conservative philosophy allows crimes to become legal.
  • toni 2012/03/21 01:56:05
    American
    toni
    Actually the question needs to be clearer. Does it require an actual conviction to be considered criminal. It appears the question is about politicians, but I suppose it could also be about people who identify themselves as dems or republicans.
  • Colbert toni 2012/03/21 04:23:14
    Colbert
    If you believe the US is infallable, then yes, convictions are necessary.

    If, by chance, you realize that it is not, then obviously use your own judgement to decide what constitutes a crime using logic and reason.
  • toni Colbert 2012/03/21 13:01:23
    toni
    +1
    None of the people responsible for the Enron debacle were ever convicted of a crime. None of the bankers who signed off on fraudlent foreclosures has ever been convicted of a crime. Lots of people were convicted of crimes after the savings and loan crisis, but Neil Bush wasn't convicted of a crime or even charged with one.. If criminal requires a conviction then I couldn't begin to guess..
  • JoLost 2012/03/20 23:00:42
    American
    JoLost
    +2
    "Criminal" would suggest an act that is forbidden by and in violation of law.

    I think it averages out equally among all parties.
  • Colbert JoLost 2012/03/21 04:23:30
    Colbert
    Depends on whose laws you're basing your judgements on.
  • GINGERBREAD 2012/03/20 22:35:31
    American
    GINGERBREAD
    +6
    If you ask me, they are all criminals. But because they write the laws, they have written it to give them a pass.
  • Colbert GINGERB... 2012/03/21 04:23:40
    Colbert
    +1
    BINGO!
  • GINGERB... Colbert 2012/03/21 14:21:07
    GINGERBREAD
    It's our fault, we elected them. We listened to the "SONGS" they were singing to us with itching ears. We didn't even take the time to "VET" them, since the lamestream media wouldn't do the job.
  • Colbert GINGERB... 2012/03/22 03:57:04
    Colbert
    It's not our fault. Our system of government is at fault here for allowing this to happen. It's between thief and liar #1 or thief and liar #2.
  • Huntclan 2012/03/20 21:58:31
    American
    Huntclan
    +2
    Can't we just get rid of the bad ones?
    he who is without sin cast the first stone
  • The Elitist Libtard SodaJerk 2012/03/20 20:02:36
    American
    The Elitist Libtard SodaJerk
    +4
    Crime doesn't have a political affiliation.
  • Jim 2012/03/20 19:56:30
    Democrat
    Jim
    +1
    Has to be Democrats. How else would they get away with all the criminal activity unless they were criminals.
  • Mr.Hoodz the Truth Troll 2012/03/20 19:30:09
    American
    Mr.Hoodz the Truth Troll
    +3
    The whole system is corrupt. When will the people get together to DESTROY it?
  • Hank 2012/03/20 19:11:39
    American
    Hank
    +3
    Here in Florida you can register NPA (No party affiliation) or Independent. Did that a long time ago as I have grown weary of what both parties offer. A wise man once told me you can take all the folks on capital hill, put them in a large sack, shake it up real good and when you dump out the bag you will not be able to tell one from the other. I'm not saying they are all crooks but when I observe what goes on in Washington I see very little in the way of making any type of meaningful progress toward resolving real issues. Then there are the governors in prison. Two from Illinois, former repub governor George Ryan, former dem Rod Blagojevich. Is that some kind of record? You know, two governors serving prison terms from the same state at the same time???
  • Temlakos~POTL~PWCM~JLA~☆ 2012/03/20 19:05:17
    Democrat
    Temlakos~POTL~PWCM~JLA~☆
    +1
    You have a man now holding office as President who got there by false pretenses.

    You have an Attorney General who "threw down": weapons in Mexico, and got an American LEO killed, just to get headlines to justify gun control.

    You have people who swore to uphold the Constitution, and who violate it every day.

    And to top it all, you have government favorites having their hand in the taxpayer's till for all sorts of ventures that were doomed to failure the moment they filed their incorporation papers.

    And you ask who has the greater number of criminals?

    You must be joking.
  • Guru Casper BN-ZERO 2012/03/20 18:46:21 (edited)
    American
    Guru Casper BN-ZERO
    +3
    thank the great spirit,I'm independent!
  • \V/ Guru Ca... 2012/03/20 19:06:18
  • Guru Ca... \V/ 2012/03/20 19:07:43
    Guru Casper BN-ZERO
    +1
    ty
    I have and MAY!
  • ur XLNC... \V/ 2012/03/21 14:07:13
    ur XLNC-PWCM
    Anybody but Obama works, except we cannot afford to spread our votes all over the spectrum. As much appeal as the smaller party's offer, we, who are against MORE OF THE SAME, cannot afford to switch-out with Republicrat's/Demmican's. It might be wise to consider ignoring the two major party's and writing in Ron Paul. Paul will very likely garner more votes than others, like your candidate, or other candidates with small groups of supporters. This isn't to say they would not be good Presidential material, it's just that we HAVE to get Obama gone and his support structure ALSO! This means to clean out Congress, TOO!
  • \V/ ur XLNC... 2012/03/21 19:54:39
  • ur XLNC... \V/ 2012/03/21 20:47:03
    ur XLNC-PWCM
    Just remember that if all the anti-Obama votes are spread allover the political spectrum, that we may wind up getting stuck with the destroyer of this nation, EVEN BY VOTING AGAINST HIM! Think about this. Of the candidates that are NOT Obama and are NOT of the business as usual team, Ron Paulhas the BEST shot of beating Obama AND fixing the damage done to this nation AND our Constitution.
  • \V/ ur XLNC... 2012/03/21 21:10:24
  • ur XLNC... \V/ 2012/03/22 03:01:58 (edited)
    ur XLNC-PWCM
    Can't argue with that. Is Santorum the creationist? If Paul is a Creationist, then I might move to New Zealand.
  • \V/ ur XLNC... 2012/03/22 06:07:08

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