Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Dangerous act of public obedience?

This from Instapundit, a group of Atlanta college students made a tape of their actions in making a 55-mph rolling roadblock on a highway down there. The resulting traffic carnage is completely predictable to those of us living in heavily populated areas with large highways. While I would likely have been staring daggers and Hellfire missiles into these students’ cars and being very, very, very angry over the chaos and delay, their whole point is that the speed limit laws on these roads are the problem.


Best line: "I'm just glad nobody got hurt. It had the potential to be dangerous, which was really, again, the point. We were dangerous because we were obeying the law."