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From: Dave Holford
X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.7 [en] (Win95; I)
Subject: Re: Defeating Breathalyzer Ignition Interlocks
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Date: Sun, 05 Jan 2003 13:10:03 -0500
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Organization: Bell Sympatico
Fred Bloggs wrote:
> You may be one to be put off by a government "label" but I'm not. They
> can take their arbitrary declaration of criminality and shove it up
> their provincial butt. The idiots have not realized it yet, but lowering
> the bar on a criminal offense this way has trivialized the so-called
> criminal record. I am surprised the Canadians have allowed these
> measures to become law. It is probably due to the same evil propaganda
> that depicts the "drunk driver" as a bleary eyed, obnoxious, staggering,
> reckless type jumping the guard rail with his car at 100MPH to kill the
> happy little family of four going down the road at 4AM in the morning?
> This is total bullshit!- The new law pulls in millions of otherwise
> innocent people with three beers under their belt who are nowhere near
> impairment. This just goes to show that you never can underestimate the
> power of cartoon when dealing with a brain-dead populace most of whom
> are mentally incapacitated morons- like the Canadians apparently- and
> not to be outdone by the Americans either:--)
I cannot understand why people get upset when airline pilots have a beer
or two before flying a few hundred passengers across the country. If it
is safe to drive it is safe to fly. Same should apply to Air Traffic
Controllers and Surgeons - all of their working environments are much
more controlled and predictable than highway traffic; and they all have
other qualified people watching them. I don't understand why 'they'
insist on discriminating against drivers.
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