I wish I had the VCR going, or DVR or something...I would post a video clip.
We've all been round and round on this, and going back and forth on some of the LEO forums, arguing whether or not speeding tickets were purely revenue generators or truely a concern for highway safety.
Had the TV on this morning getting ready for work and they did a story about how Otsego County (Michigan) was stepping up highway enforcement in an effort to generate more revenue because of a tax deficit. Hmmm... I think most of us on this forum already knew this, but this goes to prove what the real purpose of this is.
Granted, there are some unsafe drivers out there, speeding recklessly, weaving in and out constantly. Where are the cops when you need them, like when these people are around. Usually, it's the person who's running late for work, or driving 80 in a 70 when there's no traffic on the road that gets stuck with it. Why don't they generate revenue on the idiots rather than everybody else? Anywhoo....