Page 233. " It don't make no difference whether you do right or wrong, a person's conscience ain't got no sense, and just goes for him anyway. "

This is another example of the battle of right and wrong. The whole novel is constant examples of whether to take the good or bad road. Huck makes statements about how he thinks it is better or it looks good to do the right thing, but then does the wrong and gets a bad result while he sees other people getting good results. This happening over and over makes him think that no matter what he does he will not get a good ending and that it would just be easier to do the wrong thing because his conscience will not be muddled for it either way.