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Michael Floyd Drunk Driving: Should athletes be allowed to drive drunk because they are famous?

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    At the end of the day we are all human. Black,White,Skinny,Fat,Small,Tall (Eminem Reference ;)) The laws should apply to everyone and if you disobey the law, no matter who you are, you need to deal with the consequences. . . . . . . . . . . . .

  • no they are just like any other citizens

    Arizona Cardinals receiver Michael Floyd was arrested in Scottsdale early Monday on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol. Floyd was found at the wheel of the SUV that was running and he appeared to be unconscious. Athletex are just like any other citizen and they shouldnt be allowed to drink and drive

  • No, athletes should not be allowed to drive drunk just because they are famous.

    No, athletes should not be allowed to drive drunk just because they are famous. If they are allowed to drive drunk and cause harm to others, the consequences of their actions would be the same regardless of whether they are famous or not. Athletes should be held to the same standards as other people.

  • They should have fair law enforcement.

    Ultimately, the beauty of a democracy is that every person is equal under the law. There is no person that should be above the law. However, there is no person that should be beneath it, either. Law enforcement shouldn't publicize what happened to Floyd or revel in it, simply because he is famous.

  • No, athletes should not be allowed to drive drunk.

    No one should be allowed to drive drunk; so of course, athletes should not be allowed to drive drunk just because they are famous. It does not matter if someone is famous or not, driving drunk is serious and can be deadly. Being rich and famous does not give someone the right to put others in harm.


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