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Mrs. Class Warfare Booed at Nascar Finale

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  1. This is the most bigoted, hateful, truth twisting RW article I’ve read lately.
    You have, in a few short paragraphs, proven to the rest of America that the Republicans in this country are not fit to even open their mouths, much less be in charge of anything. The last three years of ignorance, racism, hate, corporatism, fundamentalism, and regressive techniques have made the rest of us ashamed of the bunch of you.

  2. Oh yes what a marvelous comeback by Tony Stewart, winning 5 of 10 Chase races, and even though it had a rain delay, what a final race! I was rooting for Edwards to win his first championship yet Stewart just had too much car under him. One thing that prompted me to write that article is that NASCAR had received massive complaints about certain networks not showing the prayer before the race, along with not showing our national anthem. NASCAR is an American tradition, built on family values and the belief in prayer. On that statement alone, I shall remain a lifelong NASCAR fan.

    Now if Dale Jr. could manage to get into the winners circle next year, I will be a very happy camper!

    Thanks for your input Warren, and have a great Thanksgiving.

  3. DJ, I could not possibly agree with you more. Michelle Obama and Jill Biden showing up for the last NASCAR race and pandering for votes was shameful. And they got from the fans exactly what they deserved.

    Since both Tony Stewart and Carl Edwards turned down Obama’s “invitation,” we race fans were in a no-lose situation. And wasn’t that a great race? The “never quit” attitudes of both Darien Grubb and Bob Osborne were certainly to be admired.