Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Back to Congress?

SI's John Donovan says former MLB Commisoner Fay Vincent is predicting that George Mitchell's steroids probe will wind up back in Congress. As usual, SI does a crappy job of overlooking the obvious questions, which is --

With the Bush Administration doing everything it can to --
-- oppose efforts to stop global warming.
-- build a bogus case to start a war with Iran and
-- keep US military deaths increasing in Iraq to support a war based on egregious lies by rightwing dingbats like Scooter Libby and Douglas Feith

Doesn't Congress have better things to do than demonize professional athletes once again? Apparently not even though I don't recall a single candidate running on that issue last fall, either.

Perhaps they should call on Carlos Delgado to testify and he could talk about what it was like to be booed by Yankee fans for expressing his feelings against the war in 2004 and whether anyone boos him now for being antiwar. Here's what he had to say -- "I think it's the stupidest war ever."


Blogger El Person said...

Congress better be doing everything it can to stop Bush, not steroid use in sports, which I don't think is a big deal anyway. Sports is entrtainment. I want it to be entertaining, and steroids make the game more entertaining. If Congress doesn't keep looking at more important things, I'm voting Green in '08.

12:39 PM  

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