The “exercise of your free will” pertaining to matters of choice are simply choice words that hide the real word behind your action: discrimination.
We must end all forms of discrimination. Discrimination, when you remove the layers of obfuscation, is pure, unadulterated evil.
As a government with unlimited police powers, the U.S. has a moral and legal obligation to end discrimination. Although there will be resistance, with the assistance of the combined military might of the U.S. Armed Forces, and under the lordship of an esteemed commander-in-chief, we can and must remain strong in our resolve for hope and change, and an end to discrimination.
One war has already been fought on US soil to end the Southern states tendency to discriminate; we must stand resolute in our commitment to apply equal force in every town and village across the land and throughout the world. We might with eagerness anticipate a thorough blood-letting, but we must count any slaughter only toward the stockpile for feasting day (we may make a feast or two during the conflict, should it drag on very long).
As we know, freedom of choice can easily be eliminated by reducing the number of choices to one. Hence, all discrimination can be ended by assigning to government the right to choose.
What more noble and grand ambition has ever entered into the hearts of men?
Millions of inhabitants are rescued from discrimination every year. Their lives are forever changed. When discrimination is ended, there will be a feast on every table in America.