I choose to be free from people reducing complex and important topics down to simplistic easy-to-digest bits appropriate for a child's mentality.
Unfortunately that is sometimes the only way to get potential Voters to see reality and understand it.
...and even "potential voters" have to be approached as if they have the comprehension skills of an 8th grader.
Freedom. Stuff is just stuff. Doing is more authentic than simply having.
Freedom! Free stuff is quite the opposite. Stuff is fun, but then you have to figure out places to put it all and then it just piles up on you, and should one get a wanderlust desire - they're stuck with all that stuff!
I would much rather earn my things, and thus appreciate them more, or not spend my money on them, and have the freedom to do what I want to do
Freedom, of course. That which our nation was founded upon.
Our ancestors were willing to give up their lives and sacred honor for freedom. Not only for themselves but, more importantly, US.
Those who want "free stuff" don't have a notion of what the word freedom really means.
34th a/k/a Daughter of the American Revolution
Freedom - without freedom the stuff loses much of it's intrinsic value. The Controller of the stuff is He/She who gives it - what fun is that. It is like being 20 years old again and asking Daddy to buy you a car - it comes with a price i.e. Daddy tells you which cars you can choose from, he wants to know when every maintenance visit is scheduled, he tells you how fast you can drive the car, and how many friends can ride in the car at once. If you make him mad he might threaten to "take the car away." BUT if you buy your own car - and follow the traffic laws - you then only have to answer to your self. MUCH Better and more fun that way.
Freedom gets what you want. It is my best choice to choose from.
It has to be freedom. Live your life in peace, have a choice, shall I or shall I not. You go if you wish but I am free to stay here. I can do, I can go I can find peace of mind. That is after all what we seek.
Freedom...any government that can provide everything you want CA also take away everything you have.
Freedom. With freedom you have independence and liberty where you can get your own stuff. With getting free stuff, you generally are obligated and owe someone something, especially the government, for instance in how to vote and higher taxes.
by montina 9 years ago
do you have any free stuff in southern michigan?Three Rivers, Sturgis, WhitePigeon
by bearnecessity 8 years ago
I know there is a lot of free stuff offered online but many times the codes are out of date or it takes forever to find the right place online. How do you find free stuff online? Have you found free stuff online?
by katherinethorell 7 years ago
What is the site where you can trade free stuff with other people in your area? It's not craigslist....but I can't remember the name...help?
by crankalicious 6 years ago
Do you agree with Bill O'Reilly?On election night, Bill O'Reilly said that the white establishment was now the minority in America and that the people who voted for President Obama want stuff. Specifically, he cited latino people, black people, and women. One can easily interpret what he said as...
by Khen Ramos 6 years ago
What is Freedom?Freedom is a broad word, the same as others. But what does Freedom really mean? Does it mean to be free from everything? Or does it mean to be locked in the ideas of our leaders? Give out your definition of Freedom
by SandCastles 5 years ago
At the grocery store, people have dropped items and then looked at me like I was suppose to pick them up. I don't. They can pick up their own items. I wouldn't want someone touching my groceries, "Here is your cucumber". What if they hadn't washed their hands? Or they expect you to...
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