Got my role.
Got my role.
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yes I have a role
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No no no, I call Pink. Pink is love, and a humanitarian like me loves people
Have my role.
I got a role!
Okay, that's everyone, I think. So, time to get started!
July 2, 1776
Rain pattered on the windows as the congressional delegates mulled about the hall. Anxiety seeped from some, while most carried on idle chitchat to avoid thinking about the issue that had plagued the congress for months. Independence had been the poisonous snake in the pit that everyone had wanted to avoid dealing with, but the time had come to put it down or let it live. John Adams knew as well as anyone that the two obstacles to independence lay with South Carolina and Delaware; Edward Rutledge and George Read had been determined to squash independence. With Colonel McKean apparently on his way back from Delaware with Caesar Rodney, Read might very well kill the resolution on his own before the two men reached Philadelphia.
John Hancock’s voice cut through the low rumble of voices. “We will now vote on the resolution proposed by Mr. Lee.”
The noise subsided as the delegates cast wary looks at one another before taking their seats.
“That these colonies are, and of a right ought to be, free and independent states, and that all political connection between them and the country of Great Britain is, and of a right ought to be-“ he glanced up and looked around the room, “-totally dissolved.”
Secretary Thomson glanced wearily at Hancock before beginning the roll call.
“New Hampshire votes yes.”
“Rhode Island votes yes.”
“Massachusetts votes yes.”
“New York has yet to receive new instructions from its constituent assembly,” Lewis Morris said slowly. “We, therefore, respectfully abstain.”
The doors opened quietly, and two men still in their riding clothes walked in, quickly taking seats at the Delaware table.
“Connecticut votes yes.”
Just in time, McKean and Rodney had arrived to override Read’s vote, having ridden eighty miles through a thunderstorm the night before to prevent a deadlock between McKean and Read. Several delegates exchanged hopeful glances. Perhaps independence was not dead after all.
One by one, the colonies voted in favor of independence. New Jersey. Pennsylvania.
Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina-
Edward Rutledge stood slowly and glanced across the room. He took a deep breath.
“South Carolina votes yes.”
He sank back into his seat and gazed with consternation at the ceiling.
“Georgia votes yes.”
“The vote stands. Twelve for independence, none against, with one abstention.” Thomson looked at President Hancock in amazement. Hancock avoided the secretary’s look and instead nodded faintly at the floor. “The resolution carries.”
The hall was, possibly for the first time, silent. No cheers, no smiles or congratulations or sounds of relief or disbelief. Each delegate knew what they had just done.
And there was no going back now.
They would all hang together, or most assuredly, they would all hang separately.
It is now Day 1. Day actions may be used, and you may now also vote. This phase will end between 11pm-midnight EDT (GMT-4) on Tuesday, June 26.