The term "bad" is much too vague.
But I should add:
"You can judge the whole world on the sparkle that you think it lacks" - Dawes, When My Time Comes (http://youtu.be/Z0FrcTX6hWI)
Brad loves Michael Jackson.
There are no entirely bad people. There are no entirely good people either. People just fall into human nature, and that's just how it is. Bad and good aren't easy to define, really. Most people say stealing is bad. But does stealing automatically make you a bad person? Nah, I don't think so. My view on this is hard to explain...plus, as the other two have said, I need a bit more to go on.
I think there is a balance of good and bad. There is no entirety because if we were all good, we'd be living in utopia and if we were all bad, we'd be living in dystopia.
I think what people do can be bad, but nobody in themselves is "bad". Things happen to us that make us be the way we are, and I pity people who choose to do bad instead of good. I don't think anyone is ever just pure evil. That dehumanizes someone, someone that could easily have been you.
Even murderers, rapists, and thieves loved someone. They were all someone's child. They had their heartbroken, read their favourite book, watched their favourite TV show because they loved the main character. They all feel, cry, eat, poop. We're all human.
Morality is both the result and the cause of self-happiness.
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