That's how I see it.. Jail time is not gonna do or solve anything for incidents like these. Revoking driving privileges is a much more suitable response IMO. But then again, the more I look at offenses like this amongst others it seems like we have moved into a spectrum where driving is more of a right vs. a privilege. well, if you can afford it at least..
Joe TV said:I think I'd be pleased to see his driver's license revoked for life.
I think you're dreaming. Did you see the pro-driver article in USA Today last week? I think the vast majority of Americans agree with USA Today on this
It is the most commented (693) upon article on the USAToday website...guess which way the preponderance of comments are headed?
Clark said:I think you're dreaming. Did you see the pro-driver article in USA Today last week? I think the vast majority of Americans agree with USA Today on this:
....For a decade, urban bicyclists have become more brash. In some cities, groups such as Critical Mass...tied traffic in knots, delaying commuters rides' home by minutes or hours. They are hardly tactics that will win sympathy from drivers.....cyclists have become emboldened to take over the road. That is, instead of riding to the right or on the shoulder, some are now riding in the center of the lane[!]...
Rachel said:....Hey let's start a Chainlink Group for people who want to be informed of local rallies called to help victims here in similar situations! What should we call it?
How about....The GhostBikers? We could show up in the court chambers where irresponsible drivers are being tried, wearing full biking gear with just a hint of clown-white greasepaint on our faces, and just sit and stare at the judge, defendant and jury. I'm available any day....you just let me know when and where.