Join Date: Apr 2019
Location: 'tween the Red River and the Wall, what we call the free fire zone
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I have no problem with actual curbing peoples inclination toward doing things like driving more safely.. I do have problems with Gov instituting even more Controls over their citizens. Once this revenue stream is in place and yielding handsome returns, it will never go away and will get propagated into many other areas of human activity.. If ever this particular source of revenue should subside because people actually curb their texting while driving habits, or more likely find other ways to beat this photo gathering system, then Gov will find new ways to trip you and new things to fine you for.. what I am saying, is that Gov doesn't give a rip about your safety, that is just the ploy they use to find another way to fleece the flock. sheeple. Gov is out of control with Insatiable appetite for Spending which requires ever greater revenue generating schemes.
this is the same as all those laws and measures to get people to not drive while intoxicated. at most its just a slap on the wrist and turn you back into society to do it again and eventually kill some (other) body. So they take away your license to drive. like that every stopped anybody from continuing to drive.. and then later drink. and then drive. again.
IF you really want to stop somebody from bad behavior, this requires a penalty has to be such that they would never do that again.. pay a fine, sheesh. and the richer you are, the less it matters.
How about if the First time you are caught driving while intoxicated, you loose your Privilege to drink/smoke/drugs/etc.. yes you would be Registered as an offender and restricted from consuming any product, even cant have it with near you transport or otherwise. Anybody licensed to sell or distribute contraband furnishing it to Registered offenders also pays a HUGE fine. you take away peoples Privilege (no its not a right) to medicate their pain and then you will see how few get behind the wheel of vehicle while under influence..
Last edited by Poncho; 09-23-2019 at 08:37 PM.