I will not argue but instead try to find common ground. Depending on the election cycle and the business sector, business sometimes favor the right and sometimes favor the left. Unions obviously favor the left by a substantial margin but they are not included in many statistics, which is either fair or unfair depending on your political leanings I guess. The differences are substantially smaller than either side would like to admit, and claims to the contrary seem to cherry pick the data or are patently false. From Politifact "The Democrats’ best edge was 55 percent to 45 percent in 2008, far from even a 2-to-1 margin. The Republicans’ best advantage was 59 percent to 41 percent in 2012".
Lets pick 2008 (or you pick a year I dont care), during which very roughly $1 Billion was donated to each party by "business". OpenSecrets shows close parity between parties going back 20 years or so. I dont understand the common assertion that Republicans get a billion dollars and are corporate lackeys, while Democrats get a billion dollars and they are not.
I hate both parties almost equally, though Ive come to believe Democrats hate me slightly more than Republicans (Im a middle aged middle class white guy that owns a business), even though I was literally kicked out of the Republican party for being too liberal (Im an atheist that's pro-choice pro-environment pro-gay-rights). So, Im asking honestly, how is my thinking flawed? What statistics am I overlooking that I should consider? Even if we disagree I want to understand what we are disagreeing about.