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Politically correct grammar for Democratic?

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    When is democrat replaced with democratic? I feel obliged to replace democrat with democratic in every instance. ? Any rule or guideline?
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    Chet Ruminski Wrote: When is democrat replaced with democratic? I feel obliged to replace democrat with democratic in every instance. ? Any rule or guideline?
    I think the word Democrat means a particular person while the word Democratic means a a policy, a theory maybe a course of action, at least that's the way I use those words.
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    Forget that word altogether; it is no longer the case in this country. Amen
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    Dutch Wrote: Forget that word altogether; it is no longer the case in this country. Amen
    See the light.
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    Chet Ruminski Wrote:
    Dutch Wrote: Forget that word altogether; it is no longer the case in this country. Amen
    See the light.
    ""the light" is here still an "candle" which slowly but surely burns up.
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    See my post about throwing Turkey's out of an airplane to see how backward the country is and as you say look who is elected President. The telling part about the election is how many people lied to the polls. A case can be made that people know they shouldn't have voted for Trump and they should have voted for Hillary.