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And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honor.

End of the Declaration of Independence. Click here to view comments, add yours.

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GEORGE3: This is the most idiotic piece of cr*p I ever read. Maybe next time they should try getting somebody who can actually write.

TORYTORYTORY: So the king is behaving like, you know, a king. Boo blanking hoo.

JEFFERSONISASLAVELOVER: DONT BELIEVE WHATEVER JEFFERSUN SAYS CUZ HE DID IT WITH SALLIE H.

SAMADAMS: Sorry to annoy you king-lovers out there. Can't take a few unpleasant facts, can you?

JEFFERSONISASLAVELOVER: U R A ******* MORON.

THOMAS JEFFERSON: Hello, this is Thomas Jefferson. A most intriguing idea, this "comment" section. I hope that our nascent democracy puts it to excellent use in the spirit of enlightened and elevated discourse.

JEFFERSONISASLAVELOVER: U R A ******* MORON GO BACK TO WHER U CAME FROM

SAMADAMS: Tom, I told you you can't reason with these idiots.

LOYALIST: Once again I see the tired liberal accusation that anyone with a conservative viewpoint must be mentally deficient. I have read your "declaration" and find it rather sophomoric, as if written by angry children.

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LOYALIST: Thomas J., why won't you name a single instance where the king has actually abused his authority?

THOMASJEFFERSON: Sir, I am astounded at your inquiry, as the Declaration lists many such Abuses.

LOYALIST: In other words, you can't do it. Typical refusal to engage.

JEFFERSONISASLAVELOVER: I RED FOXTAIL NEWS THEY SAY THE KING IS GREAT AND T.J. LOVES THE FRENCH WHEN HE IS NOT LOVING SALLLEE GO TO PARIS THEN U R A FRENCHIE

SAMADAMS: J.I.A.S.L. are you in Boston? The reason being I would like to kick your a-- in person.

TORYTORYTORY: Notice how the libs can't even argue without insult and threats of physical violence.

THOMASJEFFERSON: I had rather hoped with this tool of communication to continue the nature of my debates with Mr. Madison and Mr. Adams.

JEFFERSONISASLAVELOVER: COMUNICATE THIS U FRENCHIE GO BACK TO VURGINIA

(Comments to the Declaration are now closed.)

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