If you don’t like where your political points lead, don’t bring them up. If you want to contrast Republicans and Democrats, expect and accept that people will frame the argument appropriately. You may argue the Republicans are wrong on life issues, but the Democrats have even less.
It was your comparison. And now you double down with torture. Again, perspective is in order here. If you persist in the line that Republicans are bad people, that makes the alternative an absolute monsters.
I suggest you drop the political line of attack here insofar as Republican vs Democrat. There’s no comparison in number or degree. If you want to condemn both, go for it. I’ll be right beside you. But your posts indicate otherwise.
To answer your question, the Republican Party goes beyond CCC by condemning the erosion of capital punishment. While the Catholic Church seems to support erosion, if not total abolishment, when CCC calls for its use in only very rare if not nonexistent conditions.
That’s not that platform says. It says (emphasis mine):
With the murder rate soaring in our great cities, we condemn the Supreme Court’s erosion of the right of the people to enact capital punishment in their states.
Now, where is it “condemning the erosion of capital punishment”?