In any conflict between good and bad, you ought to of course pick the good. In any conflict between bad and bad, you ought not to pick either. Instead, you ought to root for their mutual destruction. All of this presupposes that you know what good is, what bad is — and why. Most do not, which is why most have concluded, “There is no such thing as right or wrong.” This conclusion benefits the bad and does nothing for the good. Right and wrong march along their merry way, whether you choose to define them or not.