Alright, I can agree to that, depending on what you mean by free will. That idea can be problematic since it opens up the possibility that no one would choose God and that the work of Christ would be of no avail, which is of course absurd since a God who can potentially fail is no God at all, or certainly not a God worthy of our entire trust and worship.
But if you mean free will in the sense that men are free to do whatever they want, then, yes, I would agree. We are free to do whatever we want, which happens to be to sin. We want to sin, apart from God. Or at least thats what my Bible likes to tell me, with uncomfortable passages like:
"As it is written, There is none righteous, no, not one: There is none that understandeth, there is none that seeketh after God." -Romans 3:10,11
Also in James it says that we are to submit our lives to God's will: "For ye ought to say, If the Lord wills it, we shall live, and do this, or that."
Throughout the Bibloe there are countless references to God as playing an extrememly active role in the lives of His people, as well as the heathen. Check out practically any book of the Bible, but especiallythe prophets and the psalms and proverbs and also the epistles. Man's will is not his own. We are either in bondage to sin or to God. We are not "free" per se.