If only there were dedicated cycle lanes for them to cycle in so you wouldn't have to "pull out or swerve around them".......
But those dedicated cycle lanes come at the expense of roads lanes or already hard to find car parks! If someone could magically take cyclists off the roads WITHOUT doing anything to further reduce the space available for cars, I'd happily support it. Unfortunately that's not the reality, it comes to "room for cars" or "room for cyclists" and I'm going to pick cars every day of the week.
the whole point is about removing vehicles off the road, which ends up making your commute faster.
yes you hate cyclists, but they are a necessary evil who make your commute less congested.
I don't want to remove vehicles from the roads. I want councils/government to provide infrastructure robust enough that everyone who wants to can drive a car. If I built a server/network infrastructure that ground to a halt under peak load every day, and said the solution was to stop people using the infrastructure, I'd get laughed at right before being fired and/or committed to an insane asylum. They need to engineer the roading system to still run well under maximum load, with sufficient capacity and redundancy to allow for issues.