The British were the bad people since they refused to give America their independence.
The British were the good guys because the 13 colonies should not have argued back. The Great Britain created the 13 colonies and supported it. Without the Great Britain, the 13 colonies would not have existed.
Could have at least made America a puppet state or represented in Parliament
Unlike the other colonies of Britain America was actually treated really poorly and used more or less as a bizarre conduit for an exploration team. Instead of being treated as citizens they were treated as slaves and indentured servants regardless of their contracts or their political asylum status.
If they let the colonies be represented in Parliament, there wouldn't have been a problem. That's all the colonies wanted, though Great Britain did have a right (and needed) the taxes from the colonies, that wasn't the problem, the colonies just wanted a little representation.
Despite the fact that the Thirteen Colonies were indeed created by the British Empire, the British Empire did not treat them as being part of the motherland by not giving them the basic rights that British people and places had. Therefore implying independence.
Great Britain is an island, not a country, so the entire argument of the other side is invalid. But, assuming that they meant the British Empire, then I'll argue that the colonists went over here, and were guaranteed rights as Englishmen. They were unfairly taxed and received no representation in parliament. King George III was the oppressor, and the colonies definitely were not 'bad'.
The Brits attacked freedom since they existed as a nation. They were always bad and even now England is becoming worse.
The British were oppressing the colonists. The colonists had every right to rebel.
I assume you mean Lord North and the troops serving under him by the "bad guys". Yes.
This is actually very true. The Americans of this time were actually the terrorists. The British created the nation that is now the United States of America, whether the people of America want to believe it or not.
King George III was the reason for the Revolution, not the British people.
In my possibly paranoid pov Colonies are far more secure if they self govern, the people wont value it however unless it is fought for and won. If you look at the people at the top and who run the colonies they are all British descendants tied to Regal power in some way. There was one that wasn't and tried to go against the military order...