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Is Ethical Behavior Extinct?

Is Ethical Behavior Extinct?

Author: Lynna A Preppers Path

EthicalRushing to take advantage? Or rushing to steal under the guise of ignorance? Seriously folks, does anyone really believe that those who rushed into several Walmart’s in Louisiana stripping the shelves clear of groceries believed they were not doing anything wrong.  That they were not knowingly taking something that didn’t belong to them?  A technology error does not relieve personal responsibility.  This rush to use food stamp benefit cards well beyond the known limits is another indicator of the entitlement mind-set of so many Americans. Where is the moral code, is ethical behavior extinct, replaced by I deserve it entitlement.  Anyone who has ever had experience with food stamp or child support EBT cards knows exactly how much money they are allotted monthly.  Each recipient of a card knows fully well the benefit amount they are given.  To use the excuse that the card said “we could” is repugnant and either a serious indicator of the ignorance of the user or a blatant indicator of thievery through deception.  When in this country did someone’s clerical or other error make stealing acceptable? Continue reading Is Ethical Behavior Extinct?

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