Author Topic: Tenth amendment  (Read 32071 times)


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Re: Tenth amendment
« Reply #75 on: November 24, 2014, 09:41:44 AM »
yes.  :t That's called freedom.

Freedom: I do not need permission to do the things I want to do. Nor am I morally bound to things I did not agree to.

Liberty: I am given permission to do things. That permission can be taken away at any moment without my consent or even being notified.

Freedom comes from:
I am a sentient being. I own myself. The collective can make suggestion, but at the end of day, is my decision and my consequences.

Liberty comes from:
I am a slave. The collective owns me. The collective gave me permission to do things. But at the end of day is their decision. I have faith that my master will take good care of me. The collective even gave me the liberty to vote.

I prefer freedom to the people and liberty to the government. Not the other way around.