Do you really want freedom of speech?
Do you take advantage of that freedom on a daily, weekly or monthly basis?
Does it even occur to you that you have it until a big news event hits the radar?
What would happen if you were as vocal when there wasn’t a news story as you are when there is?
Would it make a difference in how you spoke to your family if it was taken away?
Would it change the things you say to your co-workers every day?
Would your friends notice a difference in the things you talked about if you lost the freedom to say anything that was on your mind?
Do you want freedom of speech or do you just want celebrities and CEO’s to have it so they can do the talking?
What are you really doing with the freedoms you have right now?
Do you fight for the freedom of those who oppose you or just the ones you align with?
Is that really freedom?
These are all questions that have been on my mind the past couple of days. Questions I’ve asked myself. Questions I’ve wondered about for the masses who jump on this or that bandwagon when it rolls by only to fade back into the daily routines as soon as they see it’s tail lights. Where do all those people go when the cameras are turned off?