but what gives them that right to make the decision that effect others?
(this isnt my whole arguement i have to go but will be back soon to finish)
I would also have thought that obvious in :
-governments (politicians have causes),
- media's slant they put on things to sell papers (editors have causes),
-a person ignoring road rules that result in inconvenience to another driver (the driver has a cause),
-a boss deciding whether or not to give an employee a pay rise (the boss has a cause),
-a boss telling an employee what to do (the boss has a cause),
What about two people walking towards each other (both looking at each other) on a narrow footpath - who gives way (and hops off the footpath)?
Now if you think that's hardly comparable to what you want to talke about - the person that stays on the footpath has the greater belief to his/her right to stay on the footpath...while the one that hops off has the lesser belief.