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Actions of NASCAR’s Hamlin and Keselowski Demand Punishment

Which is worse: an overly aggressive driver or a bully? There are all kinds of ways to be an aggressive driver, but if you are going to drive aggressively, you have to use and keep your head. A bully is a bully. Period. No one likes a bully. No one respects a bully. So when does aggressive driving cross the line (or does it?) and when do repeated threats of personal harm and chaos cross the line from mouth to bullying? In the real world, if you were to threaten to wreck someone's car or to cause them financial or personal harm, you would be arrested. If you actually carried it out, it would be a felony charge. If you used a 3,600-pound automobile to carry it out, it would be a Class C Felony—assault with a deadly weapon with intent to do ...

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