I am sure that accidents can happen to both sober and drunk people. Her choice to get behind the wheel was definately a bad choice. Perhaps it was the first sip of her drink that was the really bad choice.
This ficticious woman didn't want to hit anyone, it wasn't on her agenda. It was a crime in combining those two bad choices. It was an accident that she killed someone while commiting her crime. It has nothing to do with her ability to parent.
My point was that, once we begin profiling people for selection and deselection purposes for parenting, then it will wash out into other arenas. What other uses could a government have for profiling all of it's citizens? Hmmm can anyone think of any? Anyone?
Monkey on the Halfshell