Now to your comment, which of course, I am going to 100% disagree with - lol
How can a protest against big government START with asking the big government for permission. And if that big government isnt following the rules - what good is following the rules going to do for you?
Sure - if the other team is cheating you can sit there and wax poetic about standing on principal - but when the stakes of the game are beyond a W and L in the stats column - you best consider playing the game to win - no matter what.
I will give you some wisdom via Disney:
Jack Sparrow: [after Will draws his sword] Put it away, son. It's not worth you getting beat again.
Will Turner: You didn't beat me. You ignored the rules of engagement. In a fair fight, I'd kill you.
Jack Sparrow: That's not much incentive for me to fight fair, then, is it?
And may I remind everyone just how "unfair" those colonial dogs were fighting(who I believe won the war correct?). See, the Brits thought is all nice and proper to line up like gentlemen(although much better armed and trained) and walk up to each other and fight like civilized men. Many colonials thought this was silly, so they decided winning was really more important than pomp and circumstance.
I do believe that Washington himself broke a "gentlemen's" agreement of war by crossing the Deleware in the night AND in winter to attack. That was a no no.
And as for pissing people off - no offense - but I saw more trucks on my way up 91 to Hartford today - funny thing about the picture again though - I notice no trucks in the left lane - again following the curtly rules set forth by the DOT that trucks and trailers are NOT ALLOWED in the left lane. How very gentile of them to play by the rules.