"That's right out of your milkbook, Milkey. Attack the milk while ignoring the milk of what he or she is milking. No wonder this milk gets you all milked up. You would fit right in with these milkmen."
No, actually, negligence is defined as failing to do your job properly, and thus failing to prevent the damage that your job was meant to prevent. It could mean just not doing your job (which causes harm), or ignoring security measures.
So you can be negligent when repairing a bridge, or at doing some medical stuff, or feeding your children, or any other job where your bad decisions can cause property or health damage, but ONLY if done badly, lazily, etc, not merely because you didn't make the perfect choice.
Calling anyone negligent for not doing something you WANT them to do but that they have no responsibility whatsoever for, that's just twisting words, which you're not even very good at (and not for a lack of trying).
Aide: Mr. President, we still haven't found any weapons of mass destruction.
Dubya: *waves hand* You HAVE found weapons of mass destruction.
Aide: Uhh... hi. We haven't.
Dubya: You HAVE.
Aide: *sighs* I don't know what you're doing.
Dubya: Bring me a taco.
Aide: Yes, sir.
Dubya: Heh, heh, heh... Tacos rule.