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Free people, remember this maxim: we may acquire liberty, but it is never recovered if it is once lost. -Jean Jacques Rousseau


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  1. Hey, thanks for reblogging. It’s great to see other Americans concerned about our liberties. As a domestic violence survivor I’ve had quite enough of having to worry about being tracked and monitored.

    I was just reading the original WordPress blog post that started this, and left a lengthy comment in response to someone else’s who was basically saying, “what’s the big deal?” I’ve added it to the original post. Americans must understand that they have rights and that the NSA has been violating them on Obama’s watch.

    • I hate that question, “what’s the big deal” it drives me nuts.

      • It shows how ignorant people are of their basic rights. And I don’t intend that to be demeaning or insulting. Our public schools aren’t allowing people to graduate from high school without a functional knowledge of basic tenets of American government. Yet they vote.

        • the problem is that our public schools are broken. I just read a report about the Columbus Public Schools in Ohio, and it sickened me. Not to mention the fact that there are teachers in these schools that misinform either through their own ignorance or political agenda the pupils. I had a teacher who tried to argue with me that Bill Clinton was not impeached.

          Then there is the issue of common core, which is a mater for an entirely different discussion. I could rant for hours about it.

          • I understand that. The Common Core issue is fascinating because there are people on both sides of the political spectrum who are absolutely against it.

            • it needs to go. It removes our ability to control what our children learn in the schools we pay for.

              • What? You don’t want the government to have more control than you do over your children?

                • you know oddly enough, I don’t really want the government raising MY children. They don’t have that right.

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