If a firefighter fights fire and a crime fighter fights crime, what does a freedom fighter fight?
Logical consistency, maybe?
And what does a street fighter fight?
That pavement must really be hard on the knuckles... I've heard the street can take quite a punch.
A freedom fighter fights for freedom, just like a nerdfighter fights for nerds!
English has all kinds of inconsistencies. What can you do?
Offcourse freedom fighters always fight for their country.The enemy of one country is the hero of other country.Taliban are fighting for their country to free from foreign troops.
The freedom fighter fights against Totalitarism, repression, suppression and other unwelcome controls.
Using your train of logic and verse, the 'freedom fighter' is not fighting against, as much as he or she is fighting FOR.
In America it should mean somone who fights to protect your freedoms. However, It now means just the opposite. The Military industrial Machine is using every tactic possible to kill all of our freedoms. Are we safer for the freedoms that we had to give up? Safer from whom? Just who are the real terrorists? You elected 'em. Now wake up and get rid of them.
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by spkanu6 years ago
I believe that the sport is just as popular as boxing, gets an audience just the same, the fights are more tougher than boxing and fights are hard to fix, so why boxers make more?
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