Hamilton, you and your Federalists should never have power. Building a strong central government leads to larger problems in the future. How are we to know that your government won't grow into that of our motherland? How can you fight for a domestic economy when your government ideals wouldn't cater to the needs of the farmers that create it?
Jefferson, your party is no better. A Bill of Rights, as you suggest, would limit the power of the government. What is a government if it isn't firm to punish? We have to put our foot down on Americans before it's too late.
Lads, as Washington, this is why, in my farewell address, I warned against political parties. Look where we stand. We are not unified, and are operating by the means of partisanship.
I understand, sir, but if anything, political parties force people to come to bipartisan agreements. It is only natural for people to form groups when having similar beliefs.
I agree. Besides, what could possibly go wrong in the future?