history Political Ideology

Thomas Jefferson vs john Adams

hey people the best Presents is john Adams you want to know just read my artical

who wants war all the time because not one wants to go to war or lets say as your sons they could go to war because John Adams he wants use to vote for him because we know British right well you know that we all like to trade with British we could make a lot of money as we really want British to work with us or trade because we want some off there stuff and they want something or animals to trade like tobacco or anything that is really good in there country. unlike Thomas Jefferson he wants France and France is not bad but I can tell you they really want to be in the top like the best so they start thing that we should fight with them in a war all the time. do you care about your kids because I do I really don't want them to lose a dad at a age of 4 because I war I think no one wants this so vote for me John Adams

should we have a strong amry

you should vote for John Adams unless you really want a weak army navy and you can tell that we may loose a lot of wars and maybe all the of country may have fun laugh have a good time saying you suck at war

what types of people should rule

well I truly think that Educated people should rule than people that are stupid make stupid thing lie sending troops to where ever think before sending troops or go to war only for fun as I think all the time who wants a stupid ruler sending people just to die for nothing if think that the best Educated people because they now what there are doing most of the time

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i tell you a little about me

Adams first rose to prominence as an opponent of the Stamp Act, which was imposed by the British Parliament without consulting the American legislatures.On May 10, 1776, Adams, representative of Massachusetts, seconded the resolution his colleague from Virginia. Adams, the eldest of three sons,6 was born on October 30, 1735 (October 19, 1735 Old Style, Julian calendar ), in what is now Quincy, Massachusetts (then called the "north precinct" of Braintree,