Commenting on the State of Connecticut's case against a rental car company that was charging customers for going over 79 miles per hour with their cars, Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, who would throw his own mother in front of a speeding truck if she was standing between him and a TV camera, said:
"You cannot secretly track drivers' speeds and gouge them under the guise of safety or vehicle expense. No logic or law warrants a private company ambushing consumers with a $150 fee for exceeding a random speed limit."
That's right, Dick, only the government is entitled to ambush consumers for violating its random speed limits. (See my earlier comments on this case.)