This is actually right on the money from my experience (and maybe it is a regional thing as one commenter stated). In the Seattle area, many cyclists ride as if they own the road, while at the same time slapping "Share the Road" and "Give Cyclists 3 Feet (a picture of three footprints) of Space" bumper stickers on their cars (usually big gas guzzling SUV's it seems, interestingly). However, they don't obey the traffic laws, and don't share the road the way they want drivers to share with them. "Share the Road" around here rather seems to mean, "Give Us The Road" to many of the cyclists around here. It's actually very refreshing when I do occasionally see cyclists who actually stop at a traffic light, or who aren't riding as far to the left of the cycling lane or shoulder as they possibly can. Many ride mere inches from the line, while asking for 3 feet of separation that doesn't exist when they ride the line.