Illegal Aliens and Drunk Driving Deaths

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    They aren't allowed to ask.
     
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    Speaking of which, did you see Bill and Geraldo's man-fight on the issue last Thursday? Their make-up sex must've simply fabulous! <i>Mizrahi!</i> ;)
     
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    hahaha...that was such an amazing struggle for power. I sat there captivated wondering who was going to "win"
     
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    Thats what happens when two huuuuge egos disagree. Just like Bush and Congress. Its all a political statement. To get back on topic, everyone knows that drunk driving related deaths are not caused by a majority of illegals, or even a majority of hispanics. You cant just deport one guy, you have to either control the boarder, or lock up every DUI related death. Keep in mind president BUSH was convicted of DUI, what if he killed someone? He would be out of prison by now or maybe even granted a pardon from his daddy. A DUI is a DUI no matter legal status or race.
     
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    Nah ... I saw a little clip of them fighting and wondered what it wa about. I still can't get past the part where when I was a teenager Geraldo was considered quite the liberal. Now he looks so "corporate.":lol:
     
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    But, bear in mind a DUI in the 70s was not a DUI today. I know in FL until sometime in the 80s you could drive around with a beer/drink in your hand, and a DUI was a ClassIII misdemeanor. It didn't reach crucifixion status until the mid-late 80s.

    Not saying the act itself is different, but the perception relative to the times in which they happened is VERY different.

    Then there's my cynical side .... had Bush killed someone and daddy had enough pull, who says he'd even go to jail? Ted Kennedy didn't. And I'm not just bashing poor old Ted. I think his deal is very relative to driving drunk and killing people, since he actually did it and money and clout got him off the hook.
     
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    Ah, funny you would bring that up Gunster. "Poor ol Ted" the drunken murderer did indeed have an incident involving a boatcar. (I remember you liked that analogy when I posted it in Sept 04 or sometime), drunk driving has indeed evolved.

    There is an awful fine line in between a dad having a couple of beers while his family enjoys a night out at the neighborhood steakhouse 2 miles from home and a "drunk" driver. Problem being that we have to set a tolerance line and etch it in stone for enforcement reasons.

    On Spit vs. Spat, Jeraldo was right! It is a drunk driving issue, not an immigration issue.

    Personal Responsibility should be the order of the day. A man should know when he has had enough and if he has had enough he should take a cab. I have NO tolerance for drunkdriving. Hurt someone in my family and the court or jail will be the safest place you could be. If Mary Jo was my daughter, John Kerry would be the senior Senator from Mass.

    The immigration thing is easy, ENFORCE THE DAMN LAW. If we enforce the law no illegal aliens would kill anyone while driving drunk. Only Americans would do it.

    DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE PLEASE!
     
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    I think it is an drunk driving AND an immigration issue. Prosecute for the most serious crime first. Here illegally or not, he committed the crime here and should pay the consequences for violating that law.

    After he's done serving that sentence, process him and dump him back over the fence.
     
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