CJ wrote:Is that dems are for the middle class while repubs are for big business.
Wrong! Dems and Repubs are primarily for the same thing. Themselves.
Does the party of the poor flourish when there are more or less poor people? Do they have a vested interest in doing everything they can do end poverty?
Does the party of the prosperous flourish when there are more or less prosperous people? Do they have a vested interest in spreading poverty or prosperity?
Why do you think cities like Detroit, Chicago, DC, etc. after GENERATIONS of democrat control have so much poverty? Why do the middle class disproportionately flee to the Republican areas outside the city?
What do the results on the ground tell you? Politicians lie, so don't believe what they tell you. Judge by the results and the results are clear that the Democrats are either too
stupid or they are intentionally keeping people poor to hold their lock on those voting blocks.
That doesn't make Republicans right, but the answer to your question
CJ wrote:What would Romney have done to make this a better country for all?
That's the prime reason they are better. They do less stupid $hit.
CJ wrote: Do not get me wrong, big business supplies jobs and I'm all for that, the way they gouge the middle class is BS while they make their billions
You don't seem to grasp the difference between supporting free markets and supporting big businesses. Small and medium businesses benefit from freedom because they lack power. Big businesses benefit from controlled markets. When you are at the top, change is not good, is it? Do you want to be too big to fail?
There is no such thing as gouging in a free market. It is not sustainable. Competition will simply undercut you and all the pissed off customers that you were gouging will happily jump ship. Only when competition does not exist can this happen. Teacher's unions for example gouge the hell out of middle class tax payers in many districts because they can use their monopoly power to profit far beyond free market levels. Governments giving this kind of power to shareholders or union members gouges average Americans and it all needs to stop. Selective support for price gouging is wrong.
A politician thinks of the next election; a statesman of the next generation. A politician looks for the success of his party; a statesman for that of the country. The statesman wished to steer, while the politician was satisfied to drift.