"Liberty is the only thing
you cannot have
unless you are willing
to give it to others."
William Allen White
(1868-1944) American journalist
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 -- Bruno, Paris      
In the context it is given, high marks indeed. Liberty is an inherent aspect or attribute of the being as a faculty of birth. Abiding in liberty or focusing on liberty's application does absolutely require liberty and justice for all.
 -- Mike, Norwalk     
    Seems right to me.
     -- jim k, Austin     
    To point, " Many are called but few are chosen " one must be willing, and the doing of it first, in the field, then allowed the pulpit, to teach and preach, true, pure, Liberty and Freedom. I cannot save or give liberty to anyone, but present that that I have, which is God's power to save, if embraced. It is a personal relationship between the individual and the Creator, the God of nature. God does the work, we are just messengers. Power belongs to God ! Embraced with all of ones heart.
    Semper Fi. The Oath is more than just words ! Romans 10:9,10,11 Nine is the number of the Covenant. ( Deal )
     -- Ronw13, Yachats Or     
    It is the difference between " sunshine patriots and True Patriots " of liberty and Freedom. With All your Heart the Oath of Confession. Our Declaration of Independence ! For we are not ashamed ! as politicians seem to be and are.
     -- Ronw13, Yachats Or     
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