There aren't going to be easy answers to this problem, but slaughtering them just to solve this problem quickly and easily is no answer either. It is just always the easy way out. No one is saying there is a simple solution, and it will take resources and people to step up and help. Arguing will not solve it , your energy would be better spent thinking of long term answers and helping the situation. There will always be those, even horse owners who don't really care that much about the wild horses, if it isn't their pure bred this or that that's being killed. Not everyone will be on your side. There is alot of breed predjudice among horse & dog people for that matter. *** I am not saying that is anyone here though, just a point to make, not everyone cares about them.***
Don't waste your energy agrguing, spend it thinking, networking and looking for answers. It will take alot to save these horses, who I think have the same worth as any other horse. They deserve a chance, and they deserve some time and effort to save them. We need ideas, and to let those who disagree, have their opinions, while we work on to save them.
I respect those who have a big heart, whether logic, real life and reality like it or not.