Doesn't matter. You said we "valued a dog's life more". That is factually incorrect. We clearly do not.Yes, stringing up people and electrocuting them would get you at least life in prison. But aside from Jeffrey Dahmer, not sure too many people in this country are doing that.
See above. Who caused the death? Witnesses said the guy ran out in front of Stallworth's car. Had he not done that he'd be alive, no matter how drunk Stallworth was.According to MADD, 18,000 people died in alcohol realted auto-accidents in 2008. And, since alcohol inhibits judgement, if somebody were to argue intentionality of action about someone under the influence of alcohol, a good defense could have a field day making an argument about inability to make sound judgement while under the influence. It shouldn't matter if you aimed at a person or not, if you kill someone while driving under the influence you should get a hell of a lot more than 30 days in jail.
Actually, of the two of us I was only one who made any sense at all. If you don't want your irrelevant points picked apart, then don't make them.So please, don't lecture me or make condescending remarks about how I don't know that the situations are different and the law says blah blah....because the comparison is not "logically stupid"(what?? ok oxyMORON), it actually makes quite a bit of sense if you actually paid attention to what I'm saying instead of trying to pick about my argument with irrelevant points. I'm sorry, who got pwned????