Which of our founding fathers do you most agree with?
I am daily gleaning the internet for more information on Thomas Jefferson. I would say his ideals closely follow my own on how the government should function.
Probably Thomas Jefferson also. A real ladies man, he was! His ideals also followed along the lines of mine.
You might look into Thomas Paine, also. Some say it was he who wrote most or all of the Declaration of Independence.
by Ken Burgess 6 years ago
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by cooldad 7 years ago
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by Doug Hughes 8 years ago
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by SparklingJewel 8 years ago
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by Prophecy Teacher 2 years ago
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by Sooner28 6 years ago
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