In God I Trust, So I Don't Need to Drive Right

Today's J-G Letters page.
For those who feel they need to profess their faith via their “In God We Trust” license plates – more power to you. But remember, God, and everyone else, is watching you. Hopefully you use your turn signal every time it is warranted; you use the passing lane for actually passing; you don’t pass on the right; you come to a full and complete stop at all stop signs – no slow rolling allowed; and you do not ever speed, for you are to “submit yourselves to every ordinance of man for the Lord’s sake” (1 Peter 2:13). If you can’t abide by these “laws of man” and feel compelled to still have your “special” plate, realize that you may be considered by some to be a hypocrite.

I've noticed that most of the obnoxious drivers in this state (or at least in this area) have the IGWT plates. It's as if they seem to believe themselves above the pithy laws of man, much less the tenets of common courtesy.

I'm really glad I'm not the only one noticing this trend.