So someone talk to me about how Steve said:
“If we sign this, we surrender our right to choose.”
Someone talk to me about how Steve also said (to Bucky):
“What you did all those years, it wasn’t you. You didn’t have a choice.”
Someone talk to me about how the core of Steve’s decision was based on his first hand experience with The Winter Soldier.
Bucky; someone who he loves and was close to, had his freedom stolen away from him.
Someone who was forced to surrender his right to choose, ended up becoming someone else. Someone dangerous.
So when Secretary Ross, Tony, Rhodey, Vision and Nat are all telling him to sign it, he’s probably thinking about Bucky.And how broken someone can become without their freedom. And how distraught relationships can be without their freedom. And how dangerous people can become without their freedom.
Probably thinking about all those years when Bucky didn’t have a choice.
Someone please talk to me about how ever since Steve found out Bucky was alive, his choices have been so heavily influenced by Bucky’s inability to choose.