The Origins of America's Two-Party System, Or So I've Heard
Washington: All right, we have this new nation, we're going to show the world we can do this the right way. Just no factions, we clear?
Jefferson: I'm not really feeling this administration. Bad mojo.
Hamilton: Who invited you?
Jefferson: Too much. Too much monarchy.
Adams: I don't think that means what you think it means.
Jefferson: I think I know something about republicanism. I supported republicanism before we dumped the tea.
Adams: Jump on that bandwagon harder, Virginia wishes it were as republican as Massachusetts.
Jefferson: We're so republican we'll just call ourselves Republicans.
Hamilton: You wish it were that easy.
Adams: What, like your mother?
Jefferson: I'm outta this Cabinet. Fans of real republicanism, follow me.
Hamilton: Fine, no one wanted you, anyways. We'll make our own club.
Washington: I'm sorry, did I fucking stutter?