They had every right too because Americans are just so cool because if we didn't leave you wouldn't have a telephone or you wouldn't have Apple computers so we should have rebelled because apple is so great and you wouldn't have rich people or football or baseball or all sports or people that are good at sports
Britain got fucked up the ass when America showed them who is boss so they should be paying taxes to us those filthy cunt bags need to learn some manners and drink their rich ass tea while America does the real man's work and actually win wars. Get Shreked Britain.
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Because if we didn't we would be British and we would have to pay a lot for tea and that would be really upset. So we should have rebelled because if we didn't we would be in a crappy land right now. And we would have a queen and we wouldn't have a chance to vote for Donald Trump he is a a great man i only speak words of wisdom
Whether that tyranny is in the form of taxation, unjust laws, lack of freedoms, no ability to self govern or any other demeaning jurisdictions.
We all have the right to choose our coarse in this world! It seems that
American's are a lot more subjugated by our rulers today then the colonist's were by British rule! I do realize the taxation that the British
Imposed were being used to reimburse the motherland for costs ensued by the French and Indian war! I believe the British could have went about recouping this money more diplomatically. No matter
Which of us is right the colonies needed to be ruled by colonist's.
They were being treated very poorly, so I believe that it was 100% fine for them to rebel. Plus by this point in time the British government was being very oppressive with the stamp act, and after the Boston massacre the British had head enough and started treating the colonists like prisoners. The colonists at this point had no other choice unless they wanted to be treated like that for the rest of their lives.
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I think that the colinst were protected so in return they should have paid the taxes instead of resisting. In my option if you do something for someone they should pay you back with a favor. So I think that if the colonist just paid their taxes they would of been OK.
The representation part is quite clear, for protection. After the war, Britain imposed taxes on the colonist because they needed some form of payment to recover, the colonist did really little in the war,yet they complain about equality and taxes. If the colonist wanted equality then they should know that the colonist pays taxes ten times lower than the people living in england at the time, and world wide, paid the lowest taxes. They just dont know how to be grateful.
The British government was paying a ton of money to keep the soldiers guarding the Proclamation Line. Although the thought of a tax seemed quite threatening because they weren't paying very many taxes, they still should have realized that these taxes were only for their safety. Britain was in the hole so they (the colonists) could live their luxurious life in America. You might say that this rebellion eventually brought about the American Revolution, and it did. But the United States of America would have happened a different way, not with selfish people wanting all the money for themselves.
The British specifically told the colonists not to expand westward until they were ready to, but the colonists decided to go and butt heads with the native people and try to take their land. This in turn caused the British to reluctantly send soldiers and supplies to America, which wasn't cheap, to go and bail the colonists out. And then, in turn, the Americans were outraged when Britain made the ridiculous motion to actually make the colonists pay for their wrongdoings (Sarcasm). No, the colonists really probably should not have rebelled, since the British were actually being quite fair, in my opinion.
The Colonists were being unjust in terms of taxation. The British told them not to expand west of the Appalachian Mountains. However, they ignored this and just ventured fourth. They got into fight with the indigenous people of that land and the British had to come help them. Its because of this taxes were released. It was only to pay for the many times the British had to come help the colonists. They could have let them die on their own. Also, the taxes weren't much and in the French and Indian War it was only to support the troops so that they can keep the colonists and their land under their control. Plus, the revolution wouldn't be preventing due to the colonists revolt it would only be delayed. As more signs of Democracy appear the more colonists will get a taste of freedom and crave it even more which causes another revolution.
The colonists were being really stupid because they said that taxing was overrated, but it payed for the government that gave THEM protection. They gave LITTLE help in the French and Indian war, so it seems only fair they pay for the army that saves them from moving back to a dirty,smoggy England!
No because the British never intended to harm the Patriots. They only reacted properly to the colonies’ unacceptable behavior.
One of the most significant examples of this would be the Boston Massacre. Yes, five colonists died as a result of this but that was only AFTER they provoked the soldiers. It was reported that the mob of colonists were throwing snowballs and rocks at the soldiers. It was only after one of the soldiers was hit that they opened fire. They had first been given orders to hold their ground and to not shoot. The Boston Massacre only left five people dead and was only titled a “massacre” as a result from Paul Revere’s propaganda and biased depiction of the scene. In his picture, he shows colonists running away and soldiers firing. The soldiers never had any intent to harm them. The colonists however were looking to start a fight.
A second example would be the Boston Tea Party, later leading the Coercive Acts (also labeled the “Intolerable Acts” by the Patriots). The Boston Tea Party was not a party at all. It was a planned vandalism British import by the Sons of Liberty. On December 16, 1773, the Sons of Liberty dressed as Mohawk Indians and boarded three ships in the Boston Harbor. They dumped 342 chests of tea in to the water; over one million dollars in U.S. currency today. Once the news of the destruction reached the Crown Parliament retaliated with the Coercive Acts. They stated that the Boston Harbor was closed until the price was paid. The colonists looked at this as a cruel punishment but this was necessary to make sure they did not just get away with their actions. The Crown acted with the proper attitude to make sure the colonies knew they couldn’t do something so severe with no consequences. It just doesn’t make sense that the colonists disagreed with these acts if they were the cause of them. Why destroy this tea in the first place if you know that this is how the British will act against it? That’s like knowing and understanding that the consequences of vandalism are fines and possibly jail but still committing the crime. It just does not make sense to do this kind of thing.
Another key point that is crucial to this argument would be that the colonies would not have been there in the first place if it was not for Britain. You must understand that this also means that they owe their loyalty to the British Crown and England. The argument that they were taxed heavily is not strong. It was not in fact an unfair tax, but money that they owed to Britain. You have to remember that these taxes were the result of the Seven Years War. During this time, Britain protected the colonies. After, they expected the colonies to share the burden of the debt.
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