I agree with @AnonyOps: Beautiful, honest, ethical. An inspiration.
I signed the Civil negligence, because I was not careful enough.Quite simply did not link the agreement to which I was signing authority of the Government, with that agreement, which, I believe civic and restricts freedom of action taken on the biggest and most important network in the history of mankind and thus limited primarily future generations of our children.
First, I apologized to her children.Then I tried to answer the first acquaintances and strangers, who were amazed and were horrified.Since it is always more, they answer publicly. I want to apologize because I did perform its official duty, but not their civic duty. I do not know how much I had a choice not to sign, but it could happen. I did not. I did not realize the opportunities that I would fight for the right to conscientious objection to us bureaucrats.
Let my example as a warning of how fast you can make mistakes, if we loosen.And if nothing else, then a very poor sleep.