We are in the midst of the big racing weekend of the NASCAR Nextel Cup in Charlotte at Lowe’s Motor Speedway. House Democrats believe this is a setting more like Colombia, rather than Concord. More like North Korea than North Carolina, according to House Democrats.
So now NASCAR has cooties?
I don’t know about you, but I usually keep some syringes in my moonshine jar, out back by the ol’ still that grandpappy tends when we’re not all runnin’ from the police. Maybe we can help some of y’all visitors out with a different kind of medicine.
Said LMS president and general manager Humpy Wheeler: “The very idea of immunization is laughable. It’s like taping your ankles to go to the mailbox. This is not some third- or fourth-world country. As a matter of fact, never in the 50-plus years of NASCAR has there been an outbreak of any kind at an event, other than a few headaches because somebody’s driver ran out of gas, or maybe a morning hangover.”
In fact, this is one of the best places to live and visit in the USA… and I’ve been to many. Our people are friendly, welcoming, open and honest. We have a wide mix of diverse culture here in Charlotte and throughout North Carolina — but our heritage is firmly rooted in Southern and American values.
Racing Fans…. welcome to Charlotte and enjoy the Bank of America 500 tonight! The only disease you might pick up is if you had to fly through Washington, DC. Unfortunately, there’s no immunization for bigotry.