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Should there be zero-tolerance laws for alcohol when it comes to driving?

Dave The Canuck 2012/09/11 01:39:42
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  • Tennessean 2012/09/11 23:05:24
    No
    Tennessean
    Zero tollerence in itself causes more problems than ti fixes, so there should be no zero tollerence laws, period.
  • MJ 2012/09/11 13:31:48
    Yes
    MJ
    Yes
  • Dave The Canuck 2012/09/11 03:30:43
    Yes
    Dave The Canuck
    I would say so. I don't think drivers should risk a sip. DUI charge at 0.5% and up and a disqualification any non-zero amount less than that.
  • Rusty Shackleford 2012/09/11 01:54:33
    No
    Rusty Shackleford
    "Zero tolerance" for anything causes us trouble.

    Who here thinks it's a good thing that our children are expelled from school for doing this with their hand?

    tolerance trouble thinks children expelled school hand
  • Rusty S... Rusty S... 2012/09/11 02:00:09
    Rusty Shackleford
    Since I was blocked by the person below, would someone please ask her if cops should sit outside of churches and arrest every driver that partook in Communion as they exit the parking lot?

    For those that don't know, a small amount of wine is consumed during Catholic church services. Nowhere near enough to impair any driver, but more than enough to violate a "zero tolerance" policy.
  • Sister Jean 2012/09/11 01:43:12
    Yes
    Sister Jean
    yes
  • sickofpolitics 2012/09/11 01:41:09
    Yes
    sickofpolitics
    Drinking and Driving Kills ZERO tolerance should be the norm!!!
  • Zervur 2012/09/11 01:40:32
    No
    Zervur
    overkill

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