The Most Precious Freedom

Posted on July 20, 2014 8:00 pm

A new survey puts the United States in 36th place in the world for “perceived freedom”.

It would’ve been worse, but we’re still free to not care about soccer.

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3 Responses to “The Most Precious Freedom”

  1. 4of7 says:

    Do you think I could sneak into New Zealand if I disguised myself as a hobbit?

  2. Charon says:

    Question: How many Americans answering this survey were Hobby Lobby opponents who think that “freedom” means forcing people to buy things for you?

  3. Iowa Jim says:

    If memory serves, freedom not to care about soccer was one of FDR’s four freedoms; if it wasn’t, it certainly should have been.

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