Roy Green - Sunday december 2 - Hour 1 by TheRoyGreenShow published on 2012-12-02T20:44:06Z All times Eastern. 2:05pm: Alberta introduces new drunk driving legislation. Blow over the legal limit and your driver's licence is immediately suspended until after a trial is held. It can take 18 months for a trial to actually take place in the province. A constitutional challenge to the Alberta law has been launched, claiming the legislation violates constitutional rights. Guest: Fred Kozak. Lead lawyer of the constitutional challenge to the Alberta law. - 2:20: The LAST WORD to Callers: Time to stop using drunk driving legislation as a political tool. Who knows what .08 or .05 really means? Make it illegal to have any alcohol in your blood stream if governments have the courage to do so. And..... has your life, or the life of someone you know been affected by a drunk driver? We will keep one phone line available for any sitting federal or provincial politician to call in and speak to why driving with any alcohol in your system isn't prohibited. - 2:30: Continue with topic above.....plus add: Tobacco is treated the same way alcohol is by various governments. As a political tool. 40,000+ Canadians die each year from tobacco related illnesses, yet no government bans the product. Why? Fear of losing votes and fear of losing billions in tax revenues (although pols argue medical costs associated with tobacco far outspend any incoming tax revenues). Believe them? Should tobacco be phased out over five years with programs to beat nicotine addiction to be funded for smokers? Should any smoker who refuses to particpate be placed at the end of the line for expensive medical surgeries? (again, we will keep one phone line open for any sitting federal or provincial politician). - 2:45: Continue with above topics.