The Wall Street Journal weighs in on the morons who believe traffic cameras are an unlawful invasion of privacy (as they drive drunk down our publicly funded roads, endangering the public, making more work for our publicly funded law enforcement). Sadly, the article is actually quite sympathetic to their gripes.
If you don’t want a ticket, and you can’t get a payday loan to buy overpriced reflective spray from the a**holes at sprayyourplate.com, how about obeying the &%@# traffic laws for once in your life?
My only criticism of traffic cameras is that, like surveillance cams, they really aren’t effective as deterrents. Morons remain morons, whether there’s a camera on them or not.