Since about the turn of the new year, I have seen a substantial increase in OKC motorcycle and cruisers, OHP motorcycle and cruiser, Sheriff's dept, and even unmarked SUV/cruisers (presumably OKC, OBN, or OHP) pulling people over on their way to work. The economy is bad enough, leave us alone LOL. A ticket did not spark this either; it has been a year since my last one. But I am noticing a real trend and am forced to drive like granny and be harassed by other drivers on the way to work. I know you guys are just doing your job, and "seem" to give 5-10mph grace so that is good. But my rant is more complex. All these people out there are working hard and trying to get to work and are used as a revenue stream...meanwhile, the same officer that writes 100 tickets that day will speed himself in his personal car and get out of most if not all tickets. Not to mention all the cruisers I see speeding when not on the way to a call but just maybe doing 10-15mph over and burning more of my tax-payer gasoline. I am a law and order guy, but EVERYONE should be held to the same standard. Not trying to start trouble, I have several friends who are police officers and law enforcement elsewhere in my family. I just don't like to see people being easy targets in this tough economy and then if they try to obey the speed limit, other drivers who never seem to get caught tailgate you and stress you out. I suppose the REAL issue is with the law makers...the law makes set ridiculous speed limits because they KNOW the difference between 60mph and 65mph speed limit is millions per year in revenue...meanwhile, those same do-gooder law makers would get let go if they get caught speeding in the zone they themselves helped set the speed limit in, because they are some state rep or city councilman...that is the kind of pitchfork and torch crap that goes on that upsets the avg joe...Those that control us don't have to play by the same rules...that is not real freedom. Okay rant over and I say all this respectfully because I have respect for the thin blue line generally speaking and glad they are on patrol, I just want an explanation why it is the way it is and why so many more on I-35 this year. Thanks! It is okay to be an illegal immigrant in this country but not to speed 5-12mph over...ESPECIALLY north of Britton Road on 235...That stretch to Edmond should be 70mph in my opinion Are there any actual police officers here that AGREE with me on that piece of road?