A followup question: Given the exact same situation, except instead of a car in front of you, it's a bicyclist that is turning left, only said bicyclist does not actually block you from going forward if you take the time to move just a little bit to the right (and in fact it could be argued that the cyclist is going out of its way to be as far to the left as safely possible specifically to let cars go around). Do you get mad and honk, or do you simply go around the cyclist?
A followup to the followup: Why would you get mad, honk, and go around the cyclist (with dangerously fast acceleration)? How the fuck does that help any situation in any possible way?
And, back to the first question: Would you do that if it were a car in front of you?