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The Founding Fathers of the United States of America: Patrick Henry, Samuel Adams, Thomas Jefferson,Benjamin Franklin.James Madison,John Hancock, and George Washington.

The Founding Fathers of the United States of America: Patrick Henry, Samuel Adams, Thomas Jefferson,Benjamin Franklin.James Madison,John Hancock, and George Washington.

Have you ever wondered to yourself "What if the Founding Fathers were pin-up models?" Well, never fear my friends, I have come to the rescue. You're welcome. Wow they work those pantaloons

Have you ever wondered to yourself "What if the Founding Fathers were pin-up models?" Well, never fear my friends, I have come to the rescue. You're welcome. Wow they work those pantaloons

I love how conservative christians and Republicans always quote the founding fathers...ALL of the founding fathers were adamant about the separation of church and state and many were atheists !

I love how conservative christians and Republicans always quote the founding fathers...ALL of the founding fathers were adamant about the separation of church and state and many were atheists !

PATRIOTS ARE KNOCKING ON THE WHITE HOUSE DOOR,  YOU'RE BEING EVICTED AS  A  DISTRUCTIVE TENANT!  Samuel Adams

PATRIOTS ARE KNOCKING ON THE WHITE HOUSE DOOR, YOU'RE BEING EVICTED AS A DISTRUCTIVE TENANT! Samuel Adams

founding father quotes | Founding Fathers Quotes Posters & Prints

founding father quotes | Founding Fathers Quotes Posters & Prints

Thomas Jefferson: "The price of freedom is eternal vigilance." | 10 amazing quotes from America's Founding Fathers #quotes #history

Thomas Jefferson: "The price of freedom is eternal vigilance." | 10 amazing quotes from America's Founding Fathers #quotes #history

Young George Washington traveled through Butler County, Pennsylvania during his dangerous 1753 mission. Painting by...A. Herg

Young George Washington traveled through Butler County, Pennsylvania during his dangerous 1753 mission. Painting by...A. Herg

Government is instituted for the common good; for the protection, safety, prosperity, and happiness of the people; and not for profit, honor, or private interest of any one man, family, or class of men... —John Adams, Thoughts on Government 1776

Government is instituted for the common good; for the protection, safety, prosperity, and happiness of the people; and not for profit, honor, or private interest of any one man, family, or class of men... —John Adams, Thoughts on Government 1776

Careful about mingling church and state, you might not want someone else's beliefs to be in charge in your government. And vice/versa, that's the reason for the separation our founding fathers had in mind.

Careful about mingling church and state, you might not want someone else's beliefs to be in charge in your government. And vice/versa, that's the reason for the separation our founding fathers had in mind.

James madison. George washington. Congress. Democracy. America. 1700s. Early america. Letters

James madison. George washington. Congress. Democracy. America. 1700s. Early america. Letters

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