In fact, one thing about drunk drivers is probably also true about marijuana-impaired drivers, is that due to a more relaxed state, they are more likely to survive the collision that they caused, than others who are victims of that same collision.
If they only ended up killing themselves, then I could accept it as improving the human gene pool through natural selection.
Last edited by Bob Blaylock; 02-05-14 at 11:16 PM. Reason: May Laurence Tureaud have compassion toward them.
The five great lies of the
We can be Godless and free. Social justice through forced redistribution of wealth. Silencing religious opinions counts as diversity. Freedom without moral and personal responsibility. Civilization can survive the intentional undermining of the family.
and I also want the logical questions that were asked answered, since they debunk the presentation of the study and prove it worthless.
The study doesnt prove anything except more people had weed in thier system
anything else is a PURE GUESS lol
Colorado Law Enforcement Drug Recognition Experts (DREs)
Drug Recognition Experts (DREs) are law enforcement officers who are highly trained to recognize
impairment in drivers under the influence of drugs, and to identify which category of drug is causing
The number of certified DREs has risen from 86 in 2005 to 173 as of July 1, 2011. There are expected to
be over 190 DREs statewide by the end of 2011.
From 2005 to 2010, the number of evaluations conducted by DREs each year has nearly doubled, from
465 (2005) to 910 (2010).
o 2005 465
o 2006 511
o 2007 668
o 2008 729
o 2009 810
o 2010 -- 910
On average, between 2005 and 2010, roughly 58% of all DRE evaluations came up with a result of
marijuana as a drug involved.
From 2009 (391) to 2010 (599), there was a 35% increase in the number of DRE evaluation that came
up with a result of marijuana as a drug involved.
o 2005 300
o 2006 304
o 2007 335
o 2009 391
o 2010 - 599