If you see a child being beaten with fists - do you do something, or walk on by?
If you see a child fall into a body of water and begin drowning - do you do something or turn your back?
In my other post, there were multiple answers that went something like "not my child, not my problem", or "I'm only concerned with the safety of my own child".
Personally, I find that line of thinking mind boggling, and am curious how far that lack of caring goes. Does it only apply to toddlers without car seats, or to every situation? Is there a time when the fact that it isn't your child is something you're willing to overlook?