posted on Sep, 12 2009 @ 08:15 PM
Originally posted by mahtoosacksespecially if they drive minivans with handicapped plates. they are all potential murderers in disguise
if you ask me.
edit: also, why dont old people with prescriptions get pulled over for DUI????
[edit on 9/2/2009 by mahtoosacks]
I'm sure curious why you think handicapped + minivan is a bad thing? I have a friend of the family who drives a minivan because it's the only
accessible vehicle for them. Their legs were amputated in a work (construction) accident. They can only use a minivan because they have to get in
and out of their wheelchair and into the drivers seat (which, btw, is hand-controlled and probably more safe than any normal car). So again, what
about being handicapped and driving a larger vehicle is dangerous? Blanket statements aren't fair.
Also, what makes you think "old people"s prescription is considered intoxication? Have you ever had a prescription? Were you incapable of driving?
What makes "old people" any different?
Edit: as for the topic at hand, good idea on Arnold's part. As long as they can get into some sort of work program, I can't see it doing more harm
[edit on 12-9-2009 by acissej]