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Panel 1:
Thomas Jefferson and John Adams are hanging out in front of the Jefferson Memorial.
Jefferson: "Here's what I have a problem with: selective outrage."
Adams: "Odd that you'd single out an issue like that."

Panel 2:
Jefferson: "Everyone will get angry at someone for doing something, but then be completely silent when someone else does the same action! Where's the consistency?"
Adams: "I think people tried being consistently angry..."

Panel 3:
Adams: "...But then you complained about "ideological purity tests.""