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Immature Edwards NASCAR's Dirtiest Driver

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If the Supreme Court had to decide who NASCAR's dirtiest driver is, Carl Edwards might not qualify.

Sure, he's dirtier than a Tiger Woods text message. But the justices would have to excuse Edwards on the grounds he is criminally insane.

Crazy Carl has to be a sociopath. How else could he live with himself after all the damage he's willfully inflicted?

Most of it stems from his feud with Brad Keselowski. For a while it was like the Iran-Iraq war of the 1980s. Henry Kissinger observed, "it's a shame they both can't lose."

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