Heard that many thousands were at the Michael Jackson funeral, and millions more watched on TV, and had the thought that these people--and even more, those in his entourage--are likely guilty, morally if not legally speaking, of aiding and abetting the circumstances of his death. Yes, he might have simply ignored those people, but perhaps if enough people challenged him, he might have had a chance. Instead, too many simply kept on buying his records and funding his demise.
The same thing applies to those around Gov. Mark Sanford; they, by not challenging his behavior (starting by not going to church), are guilty in the disaster which was inflicted on his family and his state. And, of course, the same thing applies to any number of other people who have gotten themselves into trouble. As the prophet Nathan would tell us, love loves enough to tell people things that hurt at the time.
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