Sunday, February 3, 2008

What the Free Dictionary Says

Here’s what The Free Dictionary has to say about the term "It’s a Free Country":

“Something that you say which means that you have the right to do something even if someone else has criticized you for it. ‘I'll shout if I want to - it's a free country!’”

Well, I wouldn’t say that is the extent of it, but such a perspective certainly is a great start to the basic concept of what it means when you say "It's a Free Country".

It's a free country because we can live by whatever perspective we want to (or at least it should be like that), so long as it doesn't cause harm to others.

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