Friday, July 15, 2011

Taking Sides

Baseball great Roger Clemens has found himself in a bit of a pickle with the feds. Last year or so, he proclaimed his steadfast innocence before a congressional bullshit committee investigating something we that all know is a primary constitutional concern for the federal government: steroid use in Major League Baseball.

Seems there are a few snitches who've been ratting Roger out as a steroid user. Like who the fuck cares? All of major League Baseball was shooting up for years, the League knew it, the fans loved it, and the money was being made hand over fist by all involved.
It's called entertainment. What's the big deal?

Now, Roger faces trial for 'Lying to Congress'. You kidding me? Why is lying to Congress a crime when Congress is itself a pack of liars? Lying to Congress is like cheating on a whore. It should not be a crime.

Fight The Man, Roger!
I'm on your side.

3 comments:

John said...

Completely agree with everything 'cept the cheating on a whore position. 2 reasons, what's a poor working gril to do? and don't they have knives? (re previous post)

Good luck in coming days.

W.B. Picklesworth said...

Yeah, Congress doesn't exactly have much standing on ethical or moral issues. Nor economic, legal, etc....

Palm boy said...

To echo John, beware the knives.