To be accountable means to follow rules--
rules of family, society, workplace, government, and culture.
We follow rules,
by making certain choices of action,
and we expect others to do the same.
We especially like an accountable government,
but we also appreciate accountable family and friends.
There is peacefulness in the idea of accountability.
Things run smoothly.
The result is chaos.
Rules allow space for many freedoms.
I declare the Right to Accountability.
The Right to Accountability modifies the Right to Self-Determination.