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Thursday, September 20, 2007

Migden's Back and We Should Stay Off the Roads

Here's one in Akit's "oh crap" files:

California State Senator Carole Migden has her damn driver's license back.

So how did she lose it? She drove impaired on the state highway system by speeding, hitting guardrails, swerving, and rear-ending someone, causing the victim to go to the hospital.

What's the alcohol of choice? Actually it was a drug. She took medication.

Just look at these 911 calls:

Then the fucking woman gets off SO DAMN EASY. Why? She deserves to be charged with DUI. Even this bastard on SFist tries to go after me (going for the low blow) for demanding that Migden gets a DUI.

Here's a fun news report! Stay off the streets!

Let's summarize my rants:
Migden sucks.
Migden should get a DUI.
Midgen should drive a bumper car to work (oh wait, we don't have overhead electric power, so I guess you'd have to take the Capitol Corridor)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I totally agree that Migden should have gotten a DUI. Anyone else who did what she did would have been hauled off to jail. Regardless of WHY she took whatever substance she took, she was clearly under the influence, and putting others in danger. Adding insult to injury, now she's ranting about a drug rehab center in Sausalito. Migden should get off the road and check herself into the Alta Mira. Chemo medication my a$$.