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What freedom do you most cherish?--Al
-- Al Schroeder (email@example.com), April 16, 2000
I am not an expert and don't quite know how to word it exactly and can only go by my interpretaion - I value the freedom fought for by our patriots, that freedom is mine by the constitution.
There may be many subsections, but I claim the freedom obtained by our most sacred law.
I also resent the whittling by various factions, legal, civil, religious and or whatever on our constitution. Even now properties (movable or otherwise) can be taken from a citizen on suspicion of wrong doing, but impossible for the citizen to get them returned to him.
If the constituion keeps being obfuscated and parts of it being eliminated we will be in the position that many peoples have lived in for centuries, not to dare say one word against the authorities, and no means, arms or whatever, to combat the injustices.
-- Denver doug (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 17, 2000.
-- Elton John (email@example.com), April 17, 2000.
Freedom of speech, which I take advantage of joyfully here on the web!
-- Joan Lansberry (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 17, 2000.
Freedom of speech defenetly I dont know where we'ed be without it
-- dr. Love Phd (Supercool@hotmial.com), March 12, 2002.