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r10tc3ntrl r10tc3ntrl 26-30, M 18 Answers Jan 16, 2013 in Community

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Freedom for the people and freedom for the rich. Both.

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Freedom for the dead and freedom for the happy

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By principle ; for the people....in actuality freedom is for the rich these days; whether it be finacial, political , sexual , legal, etc.....

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For the rich.

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for no one

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It depends really. I would say freedom for the rich because they have the money and can just fly out for a break really.

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guess it would depend on your definition go freedom and rich. My thought is that freedom is for everyone. The amount of money you might allow you to do more things than someone with less money, but you would both be free.

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All People are Rich.<br />
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but SOme people are Richer than others.

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Bunch of fookin' whiners answering this one.

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rich are moreso free than we are. Example<br />
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Rich live in gated communites and are not victom to bondsmen who want to live and look up their butts. <br />
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The magistrates are far less to believe and execute a complaint made against them<br />
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and in this country your rights are only protected if you are an ethnic forkover, OR can pay for yourself a lawyer

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For the rich! I just found out that this year, because I am making over $50,000 my taxes will go up from 44% to 46% annually, new this year!

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The rich, as they own the people in charge.

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Freedom for the one in charge.

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