for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction (or so they say)

The Election of 1800 (Hamilton: an American Musical) meme
  • “Every action has its equal-opposite reaction.”
  • “____ shat the bed. I love the guy, but he’s in traction.”
  • “Poor ____; he is missing in action.”
  • “So now I’m facing ____ with his own faction.”
  • “He’s not very forthcoming on any particular stances.”
  • Ask him a question: it glances off, he obfuscates, he dances.”
  • “They say I’m a Francophile.”
  • “I know where France is.”
  • “They see ___ as a less extreme you.”
  • “Talk less! Smile more!”
  • “Don’t let them know what you’re against or what you’re for.”
  • “I don’t like ___.”
  • “Oh, yeah, he’s so elitist!”
  • “I can’t believe we’re here with him!”
  • “You’ve created quite a stir!”
  • “I’m going door-to-door!”
  • “That’s new…”
  • “Honestly, it’s kind of draining!”
  • “Is there anything you wouldn’t do?”
  • “I’m chasing what I want, and you know what? I learned that from you.”
  • “The people are asking to hear my voice!”
  • “And if you were to ask me who I promote… ____ has my vote!”
  • “I have never agreed with ____ once. We have fought on, like, seventy-five different fronts!”
  • “Well, I’ll be damned.”
  • “I did give you a fight.”
  • “I look forward to our partnership.”
  • “You hear this guy? Man openly campaigns against me, talking about how ‘I look forward to our partnership.’”
  • “Oh, we can change that!”
  • “____, when you see ____, thank him for the endorsement.”