In a Perfect World: A Law to Cure Paralysis — Paid for by Those Who May Cause It!
The Huffington Post | February 2, 2011 | By Don C. Reed
A two-year-old runs out on a neighborhood street — just as a reckless driver roars around the corner.
A screech of brakes, a scream of fright — but a hand snatches the toddler back, just in time. The parent hugs and soothes the terrified child, the car disappears in the distance… and its driver gets away with a crime that could have ruined a life, and a family.
In a perfect world, a siren would sound, a red gumball would start blinking, and the neighborhood would applaud the driver’s capture, and the impounding of the car.
We do not live in a perfect world. But we can and should hold drivers accountable for their vehicular misbehavior, especially when it endangers the public.
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