Monday, August 2, 2010

Emmer's bill crafted for more prescription drug options.

Yes, the left is all in a tizzy over Emmer's DUI bill. Mitch Berg shreds the left's argument to pieces here and here.

But we all know the real reason for Emmer's proposal was to enable Minnesotans the ability to enter Canada and buy cheaper prescription drugs if they had a DUI more than 10 years ago.

As I have posted before:
According to Canadian Law, anyone with a past DUI is considered a member of an Inadmissible Class. A DUI on your record from 20 years ago will prevent you from entering the country.

Now it is quite obvious that Emmer's proposal to remove a DUI from a person's record after 10 years of good behavior would indeed help those that need to join Dayton and go to Canada to get cheaper drugs.

Might I also suggest someone with a past DUI hop on the next Dayton Drug Bus and be sure to notify Canadian customs. Heh heh heh. Turn that bus around.

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