Would or could you have done things differently, if so how?
I wouldn't change a thing. Everything I did was for the benefit of our soon to be country. From trying to win freedom from Great Britain, to joining the Sons of Liberty, and then to leading the Boston Tea Party. If I could do it over, I would do it the same.
Do you have any regrets?
There may have been decisions I made during my career that maybe weren't the best, but I don't have any regrets. Every decision I made, like I said earlier, was for the good of our country. Having regrets holds you back because you always think in the back of your mind that you could've done better. So no, I don't have regrets.
Who was your inspiration?
I wouldn't say I had an inspiration, but the person who definitely got me into politics was my dad. He was a Boston representative to the Massachusetts House of Representatives. He was one of the founders of our country, and many times had meetings in our house, which kind of exposed me to politics. I thank him for that frequently because I am so glad to have had a part in something great.