The Terminator needs to have a hands-free talk with wife Maria, who has been caught on tape numerous times violating his law.
Looks like someone needs to be made an example of, eh, Governor?
I have a shocking confession to make on behalf of my fellow Californians. No one follows this stupid law, which was passed in the face of studies tending to show that talking on a cell-phone is no more distracting than talking to someone in the backseat. If the CHiP's are enforcing it, they are not doing so in the Bay Area (not that I have ever seen). I have never felt any fear driving by a police car while talking on a cell-phone. I don't know anyone who has ever been ticketed for driving while talking on a cell-phone. There has, of course, been no noticable surge in car safety. There hasn't even been a political benefit; I couldn't tell you who sponsored the original "cell phone" statute if you paid me, and you are not. As no one is going to un-pass a highway safety law passed "for the children," the next best thing we should do is ignore it en masse. Crowing conservatives should applaud Mrs. Shriver for her insouciant civil disobedience, rather than scolding her like the political nannies they claim to deplore.