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    What objective criteria is used to ascertain that a word like fuck, for example, is inherently of less value than a word like foolish, for example?

    Why was it necessary to remove the word free, coining Open Source as a euphemism for Free Software, before Corporate America would even acknowledge it? What is so offensive to us about this word? Aren't we supposed to be The Land of the Free?

    Why are there more imprisoned people in the United States of America, The Land of the <ahem> Free, than in any other country in the world?

    How can a government reduce crime by increasing the number of laws which it is possible for one to break?

    Why, in a theoretically free country, is it ever illegal for an individual to feel contempt for anything, including the United States Judicial System or any part thereof? Such a circumstance, by definition, criminalizes a human emotion.

    Why, when Amendment II of the Bill of Rights of the United States of America reads, verbatim, "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed", are the types of arms the people may keep, and circumstances under which they may bear them, infringed upon in this country? Such infringement is a clear subversion of the intent of Amendment II, which was precisely to safeguard the people from potential subjugation by their government through ensuring equal access to commensurate weapons of war, thereby equipping them with means to resist and defend themselves, by force if necessary, from the inevitable encroachment of despotism.

    Why do we force our children to begin reciting the Pledge of Allegiance in kindergarten, even punishing those that occasionally chose non-compliance, when they are considerably too young and inexperienced to even understand what they are being required to involuntarily pledge their allegiance to? Since it is not reasonable to expect children so young to significantly understand the meanings of words such as pledge, allegiance, republic, indivisible, liberty, and justice, such an unjust practice is no more or less than brainwashing the youth. The participating adults apparently don't even materially understand such words, else how could they, in good conscience, inflict such an intellectually destructive, exercise in mere regurgitation upon these developing minds?

    The next time you hear the National Anthem of the United States of America, The Star Spangled Banner, get all choked up and teary eyed, filled with pride and exhorted into such Nationalistic frenzy that you'd blithely rush to kill your fellow beings, pause a moment to ask yourself a couple simple questions. Do you even know what spangled means? What, really, is a spangle anyway? Surely you know what ramparts are, right? And just think, you were all ready to kill over this a minute ago.

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