Democratic Congressman Charles Rangel of New York thinks so, and he articulated his position on Sunday’s “Meet the Press.” But the notion of “imposition” of freedom didn’t sit well with Rangel’s co-panelist, Republican Sen. Charles Grassley of Iowa, who responded by invoking a name familiar to JLF supporters. “It’s in man’s basic nature, going back to John Locke, that people want to be free and they’re born free,” Grassley said of JLF’s namesake, the 17th-century philosopher.