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Rocker February 11th, 2014 11:48pm

If a person is allowed freedom is it reasonable for them to expect zero responsibility if it is misused or causes harm (either directly or indirectly) to others?

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madeit Houston Area
02/12/14 8:02 am

Freedom always requires responsibility. You could stop after the word "responsibility" in that sentence and leave it at that.

tdyakker lost
02/11/14 5:24 pm

If I cause the harm or I abuse that right then I am responsible. If I didn't then how can It be my fault? We all should have a personal responsibility for the things we do.

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Joshua77 Jesus is Lord
02/11/14 5:11 pm

Freedom and responsibility are directly proportionate.

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Rocker saved by grace
02/11/14 5:24 pm

Should be.

Whichendisup uniquely unoriginal
02/11/14 4:59 pm

hey Rocker, let me know if I have this right: Sam and John have the right to carry a gun, John walks up to a stranger and shoots them out of the blue, Sam should not feel guilty at all for ability to carry a gun bec John abused ability to carry?

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jvc1133 61535
02/11/14 5:15 pm

I agree

Whichendisup uniquely unoriginal
02/11/14 5:37 pm

gotcha, then no Sam should not feel responsibility for John's stupidity. however, being a law abiding citizen, Sam may think about how that right had been abused and seek ways to prevent it in the future.

jvc1133 61535
02/11/14 5:44 pm

If your trying to sell more gun laws forget about it

Whichendisup uniquely unoriginal
02/11/14 6:04 pm

nice assumption, no I'm not. I'm addressing our responsibilities as law abiding citizens that have agreed to live as a coherent group under one set of laws. but thanks for that helpful comment.