A crucial choice

September 12, 2010 at 13:28 | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

There are two statements out of which as a policy-maker, one has to be chosen:

1. If you see someone doing wrong and let him do it, you have an equal share in the wrong and thus you must not let him do it.

2. Only the person who commits an act is the appropriate judge for his acts, and you are no one to decide his fate based on the morality of the act .

A democrat would mostly opt for the second, while choosing the first is associated with communist connotations. Just think what you opt for, as a citizen as well if you were a policy-maker.

Think and comment.


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