My post should have apparent that it wasn't directed at you - only in the general sense that you and the other poster mentioned (i.e. his = not you) indicated the same take on driving while high (from the previous thread).Originally Posted by mushroomedmario
Unless you're the same person [from that previous thread]?
People aren't worse drivers = People have delayed reactions?
Delayed reactions aren't significant? According the IIHS, failure to react in time do to distraction, lack of sleep, [various] intoxications is a MAJOR factor in accidents.
Originally Posted by mushroomedmarioHuh?Originally Posted by mushroomedmario
Again a terrific example of why advocates can't create a unified front - there's too many people that try to double-talk past the scientifically supported concerns about legalizing it.
Why not just say "People shouldn't drive while intoxicated" and then support the legalization at the same time? I've never understood this need to purport it has zero effect on operating a vehicle, doesn't have any health issues, etc., etc.