I agree Greeney.
I'm mixed up about it, because on the one hand I feel that they don't deserve to live, anyone that dumb, and that cowardly as to run and leave 4 children between the ages 1-11 in the car filling with water should be killed.
But then at the same time I realize the same thing that you said, that they aren't evil people, they just have a serious problem. It's selfish ultimately, whether it's thought out or unintentional selfishness, it's selfish.
And it really pains me to read this sort of thing, and how those childrens lives where cut short at such a young age, when everything is still new and magic, and there are no worries and all is care free. Those are the days, and those kids have missed that, and had it replaced with a horrible death filled with terror, pain, and betrayal. So my emotions kind of cloud my judgement...
Really I guess I just wish people where better then that.
If I can admit when I have a problem, and I'm only 18, and self taught through most of my life experiences, then why couldn't this ***hole figure his sh*t out?
"George Bush says he speaks to god every day, and christians love him for it. If George Bush said he spoke to god through his hair dryer, they would think he was mad. I fail to see how the addition of a hair dryer makes it any more absurd."