Lack Of Freedom In The United States

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“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same,” Ronald Reagan. Freedom gives us exceptional power and the will to do whatever we desire. Freedom is a great thing that everyone should have all across the globe, mostly including the freedom of speech and to give rights for everyone. But, To much freedom can always be a disastrous thing in so many ways. We have to limit ourselves to a certain amount of freedom or everything we care about will collapse. With too much freedom, people will go crazy with all the power and could go rob banks or commit homicide to people all over. Today in the society we live in, there are many people who would do those kinds of terrible actions. That's why we have laws to limit that kind of freedom, and those laws are for the best. Laws are used to limit our freedom, but everything they are taking away from us is to protect ourselves and everyone around us. The laws we have are what keeps our country together. Without the laws people will have to much power within themselves.…show more content…
Everyday there are thousands of people who leave everything they care about to travel all across the globe fighting for our freedom. They are whom we obtained all of our rights from and they protect what we have. The military relentlessly works day and night to protect America and all the residents that inhabited the towns and cities all across the nation. Those members took time in their lives to leave all their friends and family to make America a better place. To repay them, we take a day off of our year to honor all the brave souls who have given us their lives to keep our freedom and that day is Veteran’s Day. People all over America take time out of their day to say thank you to all the people who have died for our country. The United States owes all its freedom to the
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