Haters gonna hate, drunks are gonna drink, and it is what it is. There are certain facts of life, certain realities, which must be accepted. Alcoholism is a disease, defined by many psychologists, as the point where drinking begins to interfere with one’s daily life and obligations. One would presume that getting a second DUI charge would interfere with a person’s life.
The trend in DUI enforcement is to increase punishment. In the past couple of decades, jail sentences have increased, the legal limit has been lowered, and more recently, pilot programs have sought to put Breathalyzers in every DUI offender’s car. These are all solutions, but they are missing the crux of the issue.
Repeat DUI offenders need _____ to drive drunk. (Fill in the blank.)