Personal Responsibility

Is it immoral to disobey the Governor’s emergency edicts?

The Government does not decide what is moral behavior. We are free individuals.

However, with personal liberty comes personal responsibility. We have to make our own moral decisions based on our situations and our information. We certainly should not take actions we consider immoral just to protest the Governor’s seizure of power and threat of force.

Instead of edicts, the Governor should have issued guidelines and published them in detail with their justifications. The police should be advising people, not arresting them. Our Governor and Mayors are not very smart, but they are politically savvy.

One Comment on “Personal Responsibility

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