Thursday, May 30, 2013


Laissez-faire (leu-zay-FARE) adjective
having a "whatever happens, happens" attitude. The translation of this French verb is "to let people do as they wish." The word came about to describe a style of government that supports freedom of choice, but these days people can be called laissez-faire if they don't get involved with other people's business.
From the book L is For Lolly Gag; Quirky Words for a Clever Tongue

 Well, I can say that this word no longer exists in our government today, although it was one of the intentions of the foundation of this nation.

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