Right of Way at a Two Way Stop
My question is regarding the right of way at a regular two way stop sign. When turning left after coming to a stop are you required to yield to all traffic coming straight through? My questions arises from the courteous drivers who wave you through your left turn when they are planning to go straight through. I was under the impression that traffic going straight through always has the right of way regardless of when you arrive at the stop sign. I have been fingered in just such a circumstance, obviously offending the "courteous" driver but am only protecting myself form an "accident". I have tried consulting the "rules of the road" but find it is not all that clear on this specific situation so I really appreciate your input here.