Dialogue 1

Dialogue 1

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  • “isn’t he already crazy. And taxing us colonists is definitely NOT a fair way to get money!”
  • Oh, Hugh. What a surprise, how's that king of yours?
  • “The French and Indian war was a major catastrophe. You patriots are trying to make it hard on him. You’ve pushed him this far, I suggest you stop before you get yourself killed. Don’t go down the path that Christopher Seider took. And a few taxes can’t hurt, he’s you’re king too.”
  • Better now that he doesn’t have to go crazy worrying about how to pay for the French and Indian war.”
  • No, I do NOT consider him to be MY king. And Christopher Seider was a brave person who died because of you and your stupid recoats. And another thing, that king of yours. He didn’t have to turn into a world war, that was his fault. If he doesn’t stop with those taxes, which saying are few, is quite the understatement, he will start a war! Everything is taxed! Molasses, sugar, stamps, everything! He can find another way to pay for his war.”
  • “We are his people. He supported us before. We should support him now, in this dark time! And that colonist, Mr. Lillie, he seemed totally fine with the idea, fine candles he’s got there, too.”
  •  “Will it involve taxing his colonies to the point of war? Taxation without representation is tyranny!”
  • “That traitor is a loyalist! Mr. Lillie imports, and as far as I am concerned, that man you call a king, is not my king. You and your loyalist friends fear parliament and the king, that is the only reason you support them! At least us patriots are brave enough to speak our minds!
  • “It is not! You simply want to get off without having to pay any money to anyone. The taxes only exist to protect you!”
  • “there is nothing to fear! The king will lead us to better things!”
  • If this is protection, i wonder what it looks like to not be protected. And you assumptions of me are completely wrong. I just want to stand up for my friends!”\
  • “You’re ‘standing up for your friends’ are riots. Which is why soldiers such as I, are here. To protect you from yourselves.”
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