What Does Freedom Mean to Me?

Your Freedom: What Will You Do With It? • Tim Hill Psychotherapy

Freedom is the ability to buy firearms regardless of my race, creed or paranoid schizophrenia.

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Freedom is being treated fairly by the law regardless of whether I am white or slightly whiter than that.

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Freedom is being able to work at a job without being fired for my gender, religion; or, if my last name is “Trump”, not being fired for being profoundingly unqualified.

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Freedom is uniting against a common enemy, like communists, single mothers or transsexuals.

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Freedom is being able to vote in nation-wide elections if I can find out to where they moved my polling place and I don’t mind standing in line for twelve hours.

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Freedom is being able to read any book I like or watch any movie, including those with diaper-clad young women being threatened by rocket-propelled phalluses. Some of Helen Mirren’s best work…

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Freedom is being able to get rich in a country that is full of opportunity and has a distinct lack of fraud enforcement.

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Freedom is living in whatever neighborhood you like.

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Freedom is harassing people you don’t like who move into your neighborhood.

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Freedom is being able to amass enough money to avoid the laws that only apply to poor and middle class Americans.

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21 thoughts on “What Does Freedom Mean to Me?

      1. How to Avoid Ruining Your Life by Making a Racist Rant in Public

        Before exploding in an American History X type tirade at the bakery, ask yourself, “Do people still carry cell phones?”

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  1. “Why shouldn’t speech be free: very little of it is worth anything.” –Evan Esar

    I disagree. I think very little of what you say is worth something.

    Sorry about that — I actually think ALL of what you say is worth something (adjusted for inflation, of course). 😉

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  2. Freedom’s just another word for me being allowed to smash your stupid Me and Bobby McGee record over your stupid head because you’re playing it over and over at 4AM in the morning and I had twelve Tequila Sunrises last night.

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      1. I notice you like some pretty obscure covers of classic songs. I do that, sometimes. It’s how I found “Black Betty” performed by Tom Jones…

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