From The Blade: 1 driver is arrested at a sobriety check out of 1,155 vehicles stopped in Oregon on Friday.
Remind me to never drive in Oregon, but I never go there anyway for the following reasons. I don't drive when I've been drinking, but these frivolous traffic roadblocks are just beyond the pale of constitutionality and individual rights. Not only that, they are ineffective. How can anybody justify spending this kind of money on something that is less than .01% effective? This scheme has got to be a way to pay police officers overtime. There can't be any other reason.