God bless Kyle Busch. In a time where truth and honesty are harder to find than Noah’s Arc, it is a pleasure to see someone say what they feel.
In other words,Tony Stewart, thanks but no thanks. You did dump Busch.
Wow! Honesty. What a concept.
Along with speaking your mind, I would want my family to have those two traits. Wouldn’t everybody?
Well, let me restate that: If you're part of the Kyle Busch hating nation, you may find the truth complicated and honesty may be OK, but with discrepancies somewhere in the middle.
Tony Stewart was just as aggressive as Kyle Busch—can we agree on that? Yet he is portrayed as the no fault guy—god perhaps— and I thought Rome named him Pope Tony the second.
All the media is saying Tony was just racing. I would bet you my old Camry that if the roles where reversed, Kyle would still be the jerk at fault. Agree?
The Kyle haters would make sure he was portrayed in the blogs as “the guilty one”.
Most of us have never been in a stock car race so it may be hard for us to judge, but as fans we are still entitle to an opinion, are we not?
In my expert challenged opinion, I agree with Kyle that there was a dumping at Daytona last Saturday night.
The worst part of all this is that Kyle Busch could have really been hurt.
The wreck scared the hell out of me while other folks found it as a good time to stand up and cheer. I would assume they were part of the Kyle hater nation.
I’m sorry folks that I just don’t understand. Do you?
Kyle Busch is a great driver. Aggressive? Yes! So what's the beef with him?
In a sport where the most popular driver ever was called “The Intimidator," why is Kyle Busch hated so much? I thought most fans wanted the old days.
I was not a fan then, but from all I’ve been reading and all the film I've seen, the drivers from the old days, where no Mother Teresa, were they?
Lets let Kyle be Kyle—NASCAR needs it.