Comment: Ron Paul pursues liberty. He does so for the benefit of us all.

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Ron Paul pursues liberty. He does so for the benefit of us all.

Rhetorically writing, Patrick Henry was a marvel. He & Ron Paul both instill passion for liberty (see 1st definition).

As a young sailor, I enjoyed many a liberty. Oft took it without waiting for it to be granted (see 4th definition).

I too am an opinionated and concerned American. I hope we both remain so. Thank you for your kind words. Best wishes.
lib·er·ty noun \ˈli-bər-tē\

1 : the quality or state of being free:
a : the power to do as one pleases
b : freedom from physical restraint
c : freedom from arbitrary or despotic control
d : the positive enjoyment of various social, political, or economic rights and privileges
e : the power of choice
a : a right or immunity enjoyed by prescription or by grant : privilege
b : permission especially to go freely within specified limits
3 : an action going beyond normal limits: as
a : a breach of etiquette or propriety : familiarity
b : risk, chance
c : a violation of rules or a deviation from standard practice
d : a distortion of fact
4 : a short authorized absence from naval duty usually for less than 48 hours

Examples of LIBERTY
a nation that values liberty and democracy
soldiers willing to die in defense of liberty
hard-won liberties such as freedom of the press

Origin of LIBERTY
Middle English, from Anglo-French liberté, from Latin libertat-, libertas, from liber free

First Known Use: 14th century

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