That does not look like the manner of spirit in which the War of Independence materialized. That war is the foundation upon which Jefferson even attained the level of power he did. Sometimes it really is necessary to take arms against a sea of troubles rather than endure the slings and arrows of leftist fortune.
Whether in a debate or as justification for a War, the best argument is always the one that deals with all aspects of a crisis in the most effective manner. But that sometimes needs to be done point by point.
Now, frankly, as a great admirer of George Washington, I deplore anyone who allows any sympathy for a foreign people to cloud their judgment as to American policy. But before you insult anyone, a candid discussion of where duty lies is in order.