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Old 02-16-2011, 03:03 PM
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Default IF they committed the crimes alleged,

I'm inclined toward some sympathy for the daughter. In large measure, we learn our values from our parents.

If we are fortunate, our parents teach us, emulate and expect of us high standards of ethics and personal integrity. If we eschew those values, shame on us. If they teach us that we are privileged and above the laws and ethical standards-- or that our "worth" is defined by our wealth-- shame on them.

Yes, she is responsible for her own actions and should be accountable for them. I do not suggest otherwise. I guess I just hope that she learns the right lessons from the charges, regardless of her involvement, if any.

I hope they all do.
 
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