When a person’s free will is taken away it chill’s me to the core. As humans we are morally responsible for our own behavior. If someone take’s away a person’s free will they take away their freedom.
So it cracks me up when people spout off about freedom but have no issue taking that freedom away.
What is to act or choose freely?
What is to be morally responsible for one’s actions or choices?
So last week when Karen Donahue under the direction of Everett Wilkinson called Jason Wool to wrangle up actors to be in a piece that was supposedly to be the background of a documentary for the Tea Party and spun this off for Jason to be the middle man, a huge lie, she took away his free will.
Then when the actors showed up to do their job and hold their signs and yell and make noise based on this lie their free will was taken away.
Stolen. What’s the price for stealing people souls?
Because when you take away free will, you take away a person’s freedom and freedom is what I thought the Tea Party people stood for?
What do you think?
Henry David Thoreau
Thoreau’s writings went on to influence many public figures.
Political leaders and reformers like Mohandas Gandhi, U.S. President John F. Kennedy, American civil rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr., U.S. Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, and Russian author Leo Tolstoy all spoke of being strongly affected by Thoreau’s work, particularly Civil Disobedience, as did “right-wing theorist Frank Chodorov [who] devoted an entire issue of his monthly, Analysis, to an appreciation of Thoreau.”