John Hancock i believe both state and central gov't should have the most power and should have trust from our people.
Alexander Hamilton, i am a Anti-federalists should believe that state should have more power not central and may we please go inside it's cold out here.
Did you hear about how we federalist wants to divide the power between state and central gov't
i clearly didn't because i was too busy reading the Bill of Rights and best believe the state should have power .
Hancock i truly believe that both gov't should have power and the Bill of rights is clearly not in important to us right now
Hamilton, my people believe that you should care about the bill of rights because that's our rights and by the way state should have more power .
May i bring you something for your headache? Wait what are you talking about Hamilton clearly you are trying to take our rights away from us.!
i need to lay down all of this fighting about the gov't is making my head hurt but i still believe that both should have equal power and we are not trying to keep you and your people from the their freedoms from the Bill of Rights .
Hancock just to let you know that not how the gov't works in the this constitution because we want to have full trust in the people and by taking their Bill of Rights is not going to help.
Boo Hoo! Stop with the nonsense Hamilton you and your people don't even care about the rights of the people,you just care about the equality between both governments.
Hancock i tried to play nice with you but this came to an end because both governments will have equal power and the people would have trust in use while still having the Bill of Rights in their hands . p.s i brought you outside again so you can freeze to death!
I never liked you Hamilton i always knew you were up to something and i can insure you that the state would have more power and the people would fight to keep their Bill of Rights and their trust away from the government and i rather suffer out here than be stuck inside listening to you complaining all the time.