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Doing good depends on the end result, not on original intention

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To The Daily Sun,

George Maloof wants points for "good intentions." Really, I do believe he he wants to do good but I'll give no points for intentions when he says, "the ends justifies the means" — they do not. If points were given for good intentions then the Salem witch trials get points. Even the old KKK believed in their hearts and minds they were doing good. They were not. Neither example, in spite of good intentions, were good.

Doing good depends on the effect, not the intention, and George's side in this debate has not been doing good in spite of intentions.
Steve Earle