When does personal responsibility become a part of the question?

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Re: When does personal responsibility become a part of the question?

Post by Jgideon » 31 May 2018, 05:18

I believe that we cannot blame an entire society for the crime commited by an individual. Everyone has to take responsibility for their actions. Owning a gun and using the gun to commit a crime are two different issues. It is important to make people know that every choice and action has consequences.

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