I voted the third one (I wanted to take the fifth lol, but there weren't enough options)
I think women who choose not to bf for convenience reasons should think hard about the other inconveniences involved in having a child. Choosing not to bf CAN be a symptom of an unparentlike attitude, so sometimes maybe those women should RATHER not have children. I don't think anybody talked about legislating, btw.
Many women who ff do so for other reasons than would usually be called convenience, including all the social stigma attached in some circles. These women need education and support, no wagging fingers.
ICM, I think lmb interpreted the 20% stat incorrectly. FF babies don't have a 20% chance of dying, not in a country with clean drinking water and plenty of toilet paper. But maybe ff babies die at a 20% higher rate. I.e., say that 10 of 1000 bf babies die, then 12 of 1000 ff babies would die. Statistically, that's unlikely to be significant, since other factors likely come into play. Not every statistical relation is one of causality. Those 2 could also die because ff mothers are less education about childcare in general, so they may be informed by their pro-ff doctor that cio in a crib is a wise thing to do, likely increasing sids rates.