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    Default Support for drunk driving

    Folks, you just have to check this out. How is a small business (bar) owner supposed to make a living if his patrons can't drive drunk? How are his intoxicated patrons supposed to get to and from the bar? Bars are community meeting places and enforcing drunk driving is contributing to less community involvement. It's killing communities!

    And people say Conservatives are not compassionate!

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    There is no evidence to suggest that DUI laws have reduced the number of drunk drivers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by King of Proles View Post
    There is no evidence to suggest that DUI laws have reduced the number of drunk drivers.
    Yes, they are not nearly strict enough.




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    Quote Originally Posted by King of Proles View Post
    There is no evidence to suggest that DUI laws have reduced the number of drunk drivers.
    Yes, there is. Due to the severe penalties involved, I don't drive after I've had a drink, so the number of drunk drivers has been reduced by one.

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