To generalize, I believe there's a clear distinction between freedom and economics. Interestingly enough, this is not so apparent within our current national paradigm. Corporate interests push contemporary capitalistic economics, which is steadily encroaching upon the freedom of the American people. American economics has brought us much and I believe in it, but the sacrifice and values behind the American flag is founded upon the freedom of the people, not corporations. We need sound economics, but what is economics without a democracy constructed by human individuals? It's time to quit eschewing the people's voice in search for elite economic interests. Must we regress back to the political circumstances that sparked the American Revolution in the first place? When any form of large scale revolution becomes a necessary actionable step, democracy has died, freedom has dissolved, and the certain inalienable rights that the American constitution was constructed to promote, not just protect, have become myth.