I don't think freedom has an obligation. Everyone in America has some sort of freedom and everyone is entitled to some sort of freedom, so that is why we as Americans should not think freedom has an obligation. We were born in freedom and I hope we will die in freedom. I think the only obligation freedom has is to never leave. I think we are obligated to freedom because our parents, their parents, and our great grand parents worked hard for us, and to give us a chance to have fair government and freedom. Freedom should not be taken for granted, every one of us takes it for granted, but that's human nature. .
Freedom may have an obligation but I think we should not think of it as an obligation. We should think of it as a choice we can make. This choice should be whether or not we want it but whether or not we want to make a choice in fighting for it. There are very few things in our world a person would die for, and above all it is freedom. In our nations civil war thousands of people died for one thing, freedom. In our revolutionary war our people died for two things, freedom and fair government. Along with fair government comes freedom; along with freedom comes fair government. We must protect both of these, because if we do not both will fail. .
Our government gives us freedom. Some people choose to want this freedom while others do not. This is a choice we make, and a very important choice. I think we should help those who are less fortunate than us, but at the same time I think we should enjoy are freedom and take advantage of it to the fullest extent.
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