President VS President


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  • Not this guy again!
  • Hamilton! I've decided to prove you wrong once and for all!
  • Fine, I dare you to try to prove me wrong.
  • Prepare to be proved wrong!
  • Who will win the argument? Alexander Hamilton? Thomas Jefferson? Keep reading to find out.
  • This is a farm. If we had the strong national government that you want, farmers would be hurt, and the economy, too!
  • No, no no! Here, come with me!
  • Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton were both minding there own business, when suddenly, they ran into each other.
  • This is a business. No one cares about farmers. Business and a strong national government equals a good future, there's no arguing with it.
  • They were arguing, when Hamilton asked Jefferson how he would prove him wrong. Suddenly, Jefferson started running so that he could show him something, and Hamilton followed.
  • I guess so. Bye.
  • I guess we'll just have to agree to disagree.
  • After all of the running, they arrived at the place Jefferson wanted to take him. A farm.
  • Hamilton brings Jefferson to a factory, and tries to explain why he is clearly right, and why Jefferson is clearly wrong.
  • Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton stop arguing, however they do not reach an agreement.
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