People say Bruce Kimball should not represent our country, but who could be better? Certainly our statistics suggest that he is one of our average citizens. We lose thousands of people in auto accidents annually, a substantial portion of which are drinking related.
If Kimball represents the system, then we should do something about the system. The problem is with drug-alcohol abuse. And that comes from the incredible pressures to succeed rather than compete. And until we recognize that there can be success in the competing rather than the winning, we're in trouble.