I know this is a highly emotionally charged subject, so bear with me and don't flame me...
Freedom is obviously a complicated issue since it appears to revolve around only being permitted to do what everyone else feels is correct, permissible, or more to the point "socially permissible" which by essence is not really freedom. He fought and died for her freedoms, as well as everyone else's, yes she should show some respect but insisting that she act in a set manner denies her the very freedom he fought for.
PS: I don't agree with how she conducted herself, I'm just highlighting that freedom is open to interpretation as clearly seen above.
Last edited by 5kgLifter; 11-21-2012 at 05:11 PM.