I dunno - i guess it's just me ... If there's a law and I break it, I don't get bent out of shape that someone decided to enforce it. It's there in the books, don't do something. While I have broken the speed limit, my responsibility is my own and if I got pulled over for it I have no right (or credible reason) to be angry with the cop for "throwing his weight around" - it's a law, I broke it, my responsibility.
I don't really care WHY the cop chose to pull me over - if someone does wrong, I am resentful that they aren't held to the same standard. If the law is not going to be enforced, drop the law - it's pointless to have it in the first place. If it's on the books, enforce it 100% - that's why it's a law, right?
If you speed, you should be cited for it. We all play the game of odds with stuff like that - the chances aren't high that you'll be caught so you do it - which is something I don't like but seems to be human nature. I don't get how it's okay to have the law and NOT enforce it - why have the law at all at that point?