I'm not aware of any law that says I must shave and talk on the phone while driving. I believe it's the reverse.
and then you wrote:
Yeah, and I hear a lot of people say they are 'law abiding' when they are not. They glide through stop signs, go a few miles over the limit, tailgate like crazy, 'little' things they are not even conscious of. Human drivers are still dangerous. Driverless cars aren't ready for prime time, but they will be. Removing the human element can only be a good thing. --
The point, made over and over again, is that a law abiding driver is a safe driver. Not a law breaking driver who says they're "law abiding". I'm tired of idiots including you making the claim that because some people can't drive, then no one should drive.
For example, roughly a third of all highway deaths involve a driver over the mild intoxication threshold and a number involve heavily intoxicated people behind the wheel killing other people. Does that mean as a result everyone drives drunk and kills people just because a "lot of people" (in your words) do?
As to your equally pointless observation that human drivers are dangerous, so is anything else that drives. Driving is an inherently dangerous activity no matter who is driving. Else you wouldn't even be peddling this safety argument in the first place.
I sympathize. The internet is "bizarro world". But you could make it better by thinking about what you write.