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What Alexander Hamilton would say if he was alive today?

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"This place is hopeless, I'm going back to The Bahamas!"

If I can't always dazzle 'em with brilliance, I'll try baffling 'em with BS. Band of None

I think he would be thrilled that he didn't have to get wood teeth put in place when his rotted out.

It would be jolly well for him.

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