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Who's to blame?

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Submitted by Sunshine Sammy (United States), Apr 7, 2011 at 09:17

Who's to blame? Well how about the people who killed other people? I'm so sick of the "Let's find a scapegoat" attitude. People make the choice to kill or not to kill. Why many many people are alive today because although I would really have liked to kill them, I chose not to. It's not my place to make such a call. I know this, so they live. Blame the hand that holds the knife; And chooses to end another's life.

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