"They are trained to be careful," transportation secretary Ray LaHood told a caller on NPR when asked if it was OK for cops to use cell phones while driving. They're not, but what could cops be texting each other?

As you can see in this factual reenactment, Wert and I posed as police officers this morning, carrying out the specially trained skill of texting while driving while protecting you from yourself. Actually, Ray and I are as highly trained at this as police officers, despite LaHood's assertion, police receive no specialty training in chatting on their phones while operating a motor vehicle.