Bob: Hello Mr. Jefferson I am going to ask you a bunch of questions, I want to have them answered immediately.
Jefferson: Ok no problem, I will do my best.
Bob: What kind of government did you believe in?
Jefferson: I believed in state's rights. This means that states hold most of the power, such as controlling trade and coining money.
Bob: I have trouble understanding were you a federalist or anti federalist?
Jefferson: I am an anti federalist, Hamilton is federalist.
Bob Did you agree with the alien and sedition acts?
Jefferson: No I did not agree with them. Me and Madison wrote a criticism about them called the Virginia and Kentucky resolution saying that they were unconstitutional.
Bob: Mr. Jefferson, don't you feel if states control trade, then there will be conflicts and fighting?
Jefferson: I feel if states control trade, then the central government won't bully states. If central government controls trade, only the rich and lucky will have access to trade.
Bob: Jefferson, why do you believe in a strict constructionist view of the constitution?
Jefferson: I believe in a strict constructionist view because this way, the federalists won't come up with non-sense that will harm the people. They take advantage of the loose constructionist view and take advantage of the common people.
Bob: So, Jefferson, how do you feel about the twelfth amendment?
Bob: I think it is a great thing. Now since I am a democrat republican, the vice president will also be a democrat. We will not fight and agree upon common view points, such as democracy in the hands of the common people.
Bob: Jefferson, what do you think of the national bank?
Jefferson: I am totally against it. It puts hands in the hands of the few and wealthy. This leaves the common people struggling.
Bob: So, Jefferson, how did you make the Louisiana Purchase?
Jefferson: Well, I used the elastic clause of the constitution because if I would wait until an amendment comes out the deal would be gone.
Bob: Well, I am glad that you are encouraging...