Good morning hancock, I ran it past my fellow federalists. We say a strong central government is a beneficial solution.
I hear the words you are saying Hamilton, but i am not really listening. Both I and other anti-federalists oppose a strong central government.
A strong central government provides power, increases citizen participation, and protection from tyranny.
No, a strong central government protects slavery/segregation and allows for inequalities between states.
Regardless of what the anti-federalists want, the federalists wont give out. Not only do we disagree, but we believe the constitution does not need a bill of rights. It is unnecessary because the people and states keep any powers not given to the federal government.
I can not stand to hear of this nonsense.
We say the bill of rights is a way of safe guarding individual liberties. It will only be beneficial by stating our rights.