You disagree that you’re lacking compassion for the elderly, I disagree that poor planning by the elderly is the problem.
Poor life planning by the elderly isn’t the public’s problem to solve. It’s a purely personal issue, nobody’s business but the individual’s. If you’re trying to solve that one, good luck.
Poor driving IS a problem that should be addressed. And it’s cause is not poor life planning by the elderly. Come up with solutions for poor driving and especially for DUI and progress can be made. Simply blame the elderly and IMHO you’re barking up the wrong tree.
I think it’s safe to say we’ve both made our arguments and disagree adamantly on the issue of adding more regulations and burdens to the elderly. However you’ve not offered a suggestion for the millions of rural dwellers across the nation that have become elderly other than to move to a city or to assisted living facilities. Or to get into nursing homes and get stripped of their life savings. Simply saying they didn’t plan well is useless. And it blames them for issues they didn’t cause.
I think in fairness to everyone else we should agree to disagree and move on to other problems. We’re clearly going around in circles with this one. I’m moving on.