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Also, if a person goes into a full body stone (I've seen people do this even after there has been awhile after they smoked pot) they will pretty much lose the ability to drive.
It can also cause attention problems (people who are high on pot are often easily distracted, which could take their focus from the task at hand).
Unfortunatly it is much easier to detect alcohol on someone's breath via the use of a breathalyzer than it is to detect the presence of drugs. You can see symptoms of drug use (for example red eyes) but many visible signs of drug use can be caused by other things (red eyes could be caused by allergies...
when I'm suffering from allergies many of my friends ask me if I'm high because of the way my eyes look).
However, that could very well have been started later as propaganda.
it would seem to me that its an unnecessary and actually rather forward question. do you really want to date somebody stupid enough to answer yes to something that can get them locked in a small steel box for a number of years, not to mention lose their job and get investigated by DYFUS and then post their picture and their locality next to it? I've seen quite a few profiles answering Yes to that question. as Mark Twain said, every man needs a vice or he is in danger of letting his virtue become his vice, which is the greatest vice of all.
And as stated above, it can cause impairment, just as alcohol can. Similar to opium, consumed mainly by Asians, the criminalization of marijuana was used to repress the ethnic traditions of an ethnic minority.
Additionally, Mexicans were often interacting with black people in the south and giving them pot, which caused a great deal of paranoia as well.
It would not be the same with a drug test as the drug can stay in your system for a period of time, while not affecting your ability to drive, and submitting to a drug test that would show you have consumed drugs at some point could have an impact on your job or your reputation.
In this case you would not be guilty of impared driving, but refused to be tested for other reasons.
The only reason to refuse a breathalyzer is if you think it's an infringment on your rights or if you are actually guilty.
It would be very easy for a person to refuse a blood test, and hard to get a conviction for impared driving when a person refuses to take the test.
With alcohol, there is generally the smell of alcohol.