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Posts from Anonymous, Frankfort, Indiana

Anonymous, Frankfort, IndianaAnonymous, Frankfort, Indiana
Anonymous, Frankfort, Indiana

Old Tom never lived thus experienced the oatmeal and potatoes poverty he purported to represent and I'd suspect he read this material among the whines of French revolting revolutionists. He always was a sucker for a revolution, a rebellion, a resentment of restraint on mouth and manner. Hamilton was more to my liking and rarely quoted. He must have been more like Washington, thus the strong silent type than was old Tom. Tom got the fame he sought but all with fame are not correct nor strong nor only benefit to those upon whom they leave their influence. Better than old Tom lived less known and more of benefit.

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