posted on Sep, 17 2005 @ 07:55 PM
as posted by Herman
So, if a person knew that a disaster was coming but did nothing about it, would they be partially responsible for not taking action?
Personally, the usage of the word "person"
in the framework of a disaster of national importance or consequence is beyond me in it's
Furthermore, the usage of "disaster"
needs to be clarified or defined in the way you are utilizing it [ie: disaster implying natural,
Because in virtually all cases of a disaster [natural] of national importance and consequence, more than one person
is partially responsible,
since more than one person
knows that the disaster may occur or is impending.
Those partially responsible can run from the very top down to the very bottom, from the POTUS to the citizen that failed to heed evacuation warnings,
[edit on 17-9-2005 by Seekerof]