Once upon a time there was a man who drove a car. He loved to drive fast. He often drove faster than the law allowed. Sometimes he would even run red lights.
“Why shouldn’t I be allowed to drive as fast as I want” the man thought. “I’ve never hit anyone. And life is so much easier and efficient when I can get to where I’m going faster.”
Other people saw the man driving faster than the law allowed, so they followed suit. In due time, everyone was driving faster than the law allowed, and running red lights.
There came a time when there were so many people driving faster than the law allowed, and there were so many runners of red lights, the government installed photo enforcement cameras that would take pictures of these people breaking the law. Because the government knew they would be affecting a lot of drivers, they issued a decree and sent warnings to all the people of the land.
Incensed, the man wrote a letter to the government.
I recently saw that you have installed new photo enforcement cameras that will take pictures of me when I’m breaking the law. I must tell you that I find this a wholly atrocious and vile act. For years me and the other drivers of the road have gotten along fine breaking the law without these stupid cameras. I am here to tell you that if you do not remove those photo enforcement cameras at once, I will have no other choice than to stop driving on your streets and drive along longer routes that do not have these law-enforcing cameras. I will give you until tomorrow to comply.
As more cities installed these cameras, eventually the man took up jogging.