Originally Posted by Patchman
My point exactly. My post you're referring to was in response to the other post which said that if a parent refuses to vaccinate a child, and the child dies, then the parent is guilty of homicide.
I said negligent homicide, and it wouldn't be the result of "bad parenting" in the same manner as your other examples (all of which were at least one level removed), but rather from denying their child an obvious life saving medical procedure (direct inaction).
But back to my last point, are we staying on the topic of vaccinations or are we taking side trips down every "what if" scenario you can think of? Or option three (your apparent choice) where you can take as many tangents as you like, but you expect all of us to confine ourselves explicitly to vaccinations?